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Developing regional transit

Public involvement at a meeting

You play a critical role in shaping the future of transit

Voters approve Sound Transit projects and services

History: what voters approved

Sound Transit 3 - help shape the future

Long-Range Plan update

Transit modes

How voter-approved projects are planned and built

Choosing routes

Funding projects

Lifecycle of a typical project

Building light rail: tunneling and more


Voter-approved plans

Sound Move, Sound Transit 2 and other planning history documents.

History: what voters approved

Sound Transit 2 (ST2)

Sound Move

The Board's role

Sound Transit is governed by an 18-member Board of local elected officials. The Board:

  • Establishes policies and gives direction and oversight
  • Shapes Long-Range Plan and ballot measures
  • Makes project decisions at critical milestones 
  • Approves major contracts

The Board meets regularly in meetings that are open to the public.

Sound Transit tomorrow? You decide

How, when and where should mass transit continue to grow after current voter-approved projects are complete in 2023? Help shape the Long-Range Plan to expand mass transit. Provide public comment, attend a public meeting and learn more.

Long-Range Plan update