Help design the 185th station area at Shoreline City workshop Nov 6

Monday, October 28, 2013



Do you live or drive anywhere near the planned location of the 185th Street Sound Transit station?

On Wednesday, November 6, from 6:00-8:00pm in the Shoreline Room in the north end of the Shoreline Center, the City of Shoreline will host the first phase of interactive workshops where participants will brainstorm and sketch specific ideas and land uses for the station areas, including DESIGN concepts.

People will be engaged in an interactive dialogue about how they would like the subarea around the 185th station to look. The workshop sessions will also preview phasing scenarios for redevelopment in the neighborhood (what is likely to happen in ten years, twenty years, thirty years, and beyond).

This is your chance to have a say in what your Echo Lake, North City, or Meridian Park neighborhood will look like - and how the traffic will flow through your streets. 

In January 2014, we will host the second phase of design workshops where computer modeling will be used to represent ideas from the November meeting for additional feedback. Preferred alternatives will then move forward through environmental analysis.


2 comments:

Anonymous,  October 30, 2013 at 9:38 AM  

Thank you for offering an opportunity to comment on the future station - " ..if I live or drive anywhere near the 185th Station.."

Well now -I can GUESS that the 185th Station will be located on 185th.

I have NO IDEA where, exactly , on 185th it will be. Why Didn't You Tell Us ?

Why do Government "people" forget that the most important part of their job is to communicate BASIC information with simple clarity.

I look forward to improved future information.

Thank you.
p.s. Lose the "governmental speak" atrocious grammar and sentence structure. Read the last sentence. Alternatives DO NOT move forward... .They are inanimate. People, evaluators, staff perform the environmental analysis ON the alternatives. Bureaucrats may think it is "stylish" to talk and write in this obfuscating style. It is merely gibberish. Bill Clinton said " Mistakes were made." By whom, Bill. ? Please use active tense in your communications.

Thank you.

Anonymous,  November 1, 2013 at 10:31 PM  

I-5 at N 185th Street, Seattle, WA 98133. What a stupid place to put it, if anything it should be at 175th, as for 155th, it should be at 145th. They should correlate to exits, and also have Metro connections that aren't just peak-only or local-level E/W service.

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