Since mid-February, Sound Transit has been asking for public comments to help identify a preferred light rail route alternative to study in the Draft Environmental Impact Statement, the next phase of project development.
Tuesday, April 2 is the last day of the comment period — be sure to submit your feedback on route and station alternatives before the deadline passes!
Sound Transit has extended the public comment period on route and station alternatives for the ST3 Ballard Link (Light Rail) Extension project until April 2, 2019. Comments received will help inform which alternatives should be studied in the Environmental Impact Statement, the next phase of project development.
Comments can be provided online, via email, by regular mail, or voicemail.
Written comments can also be mailed to Sound Transit, Lauren Swift, Central Corridor Environmental Manager, 401 S. Jackson Street, Seattle, WA 98104.
Comments can also be called in at (833) 972-2666.
Feedback from this comment period will be shared with the Stakeholder Advisory Group and Elected Leadership Group as well as the Sound Transit Board to inform their recommendations on alternatives to study during environmental review. In May, the Board will identify a preferred alternative and other alternatives to study in a Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS).