New Sound Transit website faster, easier for mobile users
As we hope you’ve noticed, the Sound Transit website has an entirely new look and feel.
We have revamped the site from top to bottom to make it easier for mobile users and to make our most popular content easier to find and use.
This is the first major update to the site since 2011. More than two years of research and testing drove our priorities for the new site.
We see around 1 million visitors to soundtransit.org every month with almost 80 percent of those visitors looking at the site on their phone. The new site ensures all of our content is easy to access regardless of which device you’re using.
Other improvements include:
- Enhanced project pages to learn more about light rail extension under construction
- New interactive maps to find where and when light rail lines are expanding
- Updated Trip Planner features for better mobile experience
The Trip Planner improvements are based on how our visitors use it, including making sure any real-time service alerts show up when planning a trip, looking up real-time arrival or schedule information.
We have worked hard to ensure your bookmarks from the old site will now send you to the new site, but if you find something’s missing please let us know by reporting any missing pages here.
As with any major upgrade, there may be glitches with the new site that we have not encountered.