Long-Range Plan Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement
On June 13, 2014, Sound Transit released the Long-Range Plan Update Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (Draft SEIS) for public comment in accordance with the Washington State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA).
You are encouraged to read and comment on Sound Transit's Long-Range Plan Draft SEIS. Input during this comment period will be addressed in the Final SEIS and will help inform the Board when it updates the Long-Range Plan after publication of the Final SEIS. Analysis and public feedback will help the Sound Transit Board determine how the agency's Long-Range Plan should be updated. In addition, it may also help inform the Board where mass transit should expand after the current set of projects are complete in 2023, funding for which was approved by voters in 2008.
How can you comment on the Draft SEIS?
Send an email. Write us. Fill out a comment form at a public meeting. Speak directly with a court reporter. Comments can be about anything related to the Long-Range Plan; ranging from opinions on transit use and corridors, to discussions on technical aspects of the environmental analysis.
The 45-day comment period began June 13, 2014 and ends July 28, 2014.
- In person: Complete a comment form, provide verbal comment to a court reporter at a public open house, or provide your testimony during the public hearing.
- Email: LongRangePlan@soundtransit.org
- Mail: Sound Transit, Attn: Karin Ertl, 401 S. Jackson St., Seattle, WA 98104
- An online survey is also available to provide easy feedback on the Long-Range Plan.
Copies of the Draft SEIS: Hard copies of the Draft SEIS are available for $20.00 and hard copies of the separately bound Transportation Technical Report (Appendix K) are available for $15. The Executive Summary and a CD including the Draft SEIS, the Transportation Technical Report, and all other appendices are available at no charge. Please contact Karin Ertl for copies at 206/398-5360 or Karin.email@example.com.
Documents in .pdf format require the free Adobe Acrobat Reader to view.
Executive Summary (3.3MB)
Chapter 1: Purpose and Need (273 KB)
Chapter 2: Alternatives Considered (949 KB)
*Printed versions are available on request for the cost of reproduction.