Responding to your comments

You asked, we listened

We heard your feedback, questions, excitement and concerns about the future of transit service in your community. We have taken these corridor-wide and local considerations into account to determine the preliminary SR 522/NE 145th BRT refined project. Below are some of the common comments we’ve received from the community and how we’ve responded.

Corridor-wide comments

Sound Transit is committed to creating better options for non-motorized access to stations and working with transit agency partners such as King County Metro and Community Transit to improve local transit connections to BRT. The project team will continue to work with local jurisdictions, transit agencies and members of the public to identify barriers to access and find solutions in the next project phase of conceptual engineering and environmental review.

The preliminary refined project includes new parking garages for transit users at the Pop Keeney Stadium site in Bothell, the Kenmore Park & Ride and the Lake Forest Park Town Center.

Bothell and Woodinville comments

Kenmore comments

Lake Forest Park comments

Seattle and Shoreline comments