Lunch time "Tech Talk" this Friday for Lynnwood Link environmental process

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Couldn't make it to the public meetings in August? Join us online from noon to 1pm on Friday, Sept. 13, for "Tech Talk," a panel discussion about the Lynnwood Link environmental process and Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS). As time permits, the panel will address questions from the public near the end of the discussion. 

Connect to the webcast and email your questions, by visiting the event notice on our website on Sept. 13. Comment on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement by Sept. 23, 2013 

A reminder to submit your comments by Sept. 23, before the formal comment period on the DEIS ends. 

Your comments will help the Sound Transit Board identify a preferred alternative this fall and will be responded to in the Final EIS (expected in 2014). Any and all input is welcome! We just need you to write it down or send it in an email. 

By mail: Sound Transit, Draft EIS Comments, c/o Lauren Swift, 401 S. Jackson St., Seattle, WA 98104 

Review the Draft Environmental Impact Statementt 

The Lynnwood Link Extension DEIS is available for review. The DEIS evaluates light rail route and station alternatives and describes the project's potential effects on the environment, nearby properties and transportation, as well as other impacts. 

At area libraries: Central Seattle, Northgate, Shoreline, Mountlake Terrace, Lynnwood and Edmonds 

At Sound Transit: By appointment, call 206-398-5344

Wondering how to navigate the DEIS? Use the Reader's Guide

Contact Roger Iwata: or 206-689-4904
Visit our website:
For information in alternative formats, call 1-800-201-4900 / TTY Relay: 711 or email
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