Project update: West Seattle/Ballard

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Project update: January 19, 2018

West Seattle and Ballard hero image featuring a man, woman and young adult male.

Apply to be a community representative by Jan. 22!

Be the voice of your community. We’re recruiting approximately 5–7 individuals to be part of a Stakeholder Advisory Group and to serve as representatives of their communities. This group will work together to help refine project alternatives such as route, station locations, etc. for further study in our environmental review phase.

Don’t forget, the deadline for submitting your application is 5 p.m. on Jan. 22. So, don’t wait. Visit soundtransit.org/wsblink to learn more and complete the short application. Representatives will be selected later this month and the first meeting will take place on Feb. 8.

We want you


Save these dates! Open houses in February

Sound Transit is holding project kickoff open houses in Ballard, Downtown Seattle and West Seattle to introduce you to the project team, share information, answer your questions, and get your input on the project. Help shape the future of your community.

West Seattle: Tuesday, Feb. 13, 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Alki Masonic Center

Ballard: Thursday, Feb. 15, 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Leif Erikson Lodge

Downtown: Tuesday, Feb. 20, 5:30–7:30 p.m. at Union Station

Can’t join us in-person? Our online open house goes live on Feb. 12: wsblink.participate.online.

Mark your calendar


Stay connected

Watch for future project updates. Forward this to your friends, family, neighbors, and people in your community! Encourage them to subscribe.

Request a briefing. If you are part of a business or community organization that would like to host a briefing, get in touch.

Reach out

More project info: soundtransit.org/wsblink
Get in touch: wsblink@soundtransit.org or 206-903-7229
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