Cross posted from SDOT Blog
As part of the expansion of Sound Transit Link Light Rail, Metro is working in partnership with the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) on making it easier and safer for people walking, biking, and traveling on Northeast 130th Street, the location of the future light rail station. Among the planned improvements is adding new bus stops at Eighth Avenue Northeast and 10th Avenue Northeast and upgrading selected existing bus stops to prepare for our new service to the station.
SDOT wants to hear from present and future riders on travel needs and what you think about some of their initial designs. They want to know what you think about the potential options. They also want to learn how you currently travel through and within the area, and how your travel might change when the Northeast 130th Street light rail station opens.
Your responses will help us better understand community needs now and in the future.
You can review the design proposals for the Northeast 130th Street I-5 overpass as well as Roosevelt Way Northeast and Northeast 125th Street by filling out the SDOT feedback form or by visiting the project webpage.
You can also share feedback on your travel habits and our suggested designs by:
- Stopping by one of Seattle’s community drop-in sessions with project staff with dates on Sept. 21 and 23
- Sending an email to NE130thSt_NE125thSt_Project@seattle.gov or by calling (206) 400-7515
To keep up to date on next steps, visit SDOT’s project page