Sound Transit hears from the public

Friday, July 24, 2015

Sound Transit asked for thoughts from the public on shaping a Sound Transit 3 ballot measure that could go to voters in November 2016 and received nearly 25,000 responses to a non-scientific online survey and another 1,025 written comments from mail, email and comment forms. In addition, they received 54,000 unique page views at their new ST3 website. About 400 people attended six public meetings. 

We learned that an overwhelming majority of those commenting support continued mass transit expansion. Information on the outreach, as well as the need for more high-capacity transit, is available at soundtransit3.org.

The public will have many more opportunities to comment on a ST3 plan as it is developed over the next year.



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