Location & stations
During final design, there will be opportunities to provide feedback on station design, including amenities such as bicycle facilities, pedestrian and bus connections and public art.
Located in the center roadway of I-90, riders will enter the station from Rainier Avenue South and 23rd Avenue South. This station meets the City of Seattle's goals of promoting urban villages and linking employment centers.
Mercer Island Station
Located in the center roadway of I-90, riders will enter at 77th Avenue SE and 80th Avenue SE, in close proximity to the Mercer Island Park-and-Ride lot. This station addresses the City of Mercer Island's goals of promoting mixed-use development in its Town Center.
South Bellevue Station
Located on Bellevue Way SE at the current South Bellevue Park-and-Ride site, this station includes bus and paratransit transfer facilities and 1,400 parking stalls.
East Main Station
Located south of the intersection at 112th Avenue SE and Main Street, this surface station provides increased transit access to surrounding residences, neighborhoods and businesses in southeast downtown Bellevue.
Bellevue Transit Center Station
The proposed location for this station is under NE 4th Street in a tunnel below 110th Avenue NE, riders will enter on the east and the west sides of 110th Avenue NE near NE 2nd and NE 6th streets. Buses will continue using the current Bellevue Transit Center on NE 6th Street.
Located just north of NE 8th Street, riders will enter at a south entrance from NE 8th Street and a north entracne. A new surface walkway from 116th Avenue NE provides pedestrian access to the station's north entrance. This elevated station, which includes a passenger drop-off, pedestrian access and bus connections, provides important access to the medical facilities and Wilburton re-development area.
Located between 120th and 124th avenues NE, north of a planned new NE 15th Street roadway, this station is located in a retained-cut to support City of Bellevue and Spring District redevelopment plans. It provides a transit-oriented joint development opportunity with the site developer.
Located between 130th and 132nd avenues NE at NE 16th Street, this station includes a 300-stall park-and-ride lot and supports future growth in the corridor.
Overlake Village Station
Located adjacent to SR 520 north of the Overlake Village Park-and-Ride on 152nd Avenue NE, riders will enter along 152nd Avenue NE, just south of SR 520. This station's design is consistent with the City of Redmond's 152nd Corridor Study and Overlake Village Neighborhood Plan.
Overlake Transit Center Station
Located along SR 520 at the current Overlake Transit Center site, this station is a major transit hub with connections between public transit and private transportation services. The station also provides increased parking for over 300 cars and covered facilities for over 100 bikes. This is the final station for the East Link Extension funded in ST2.