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Bruce Gray

The native Hoosier joined Sound Transit in 2003 after getting laid off from his technical writing job at Adobe Systems during a tech downturn. Prior to that he reported for the Associated Press.  Formerly a Sound Transit spokesperson, he now manages Sound Transit’s social media channels. The 17-year Columbia City resident rides Link to work as much as possible and spends his spare time playing soccer, skiing, camping and keeping up with two daughters.

East Link work moves into Seattle, Rainier Avenue South roadwork ahead

Now that the Rainier Freeway stop on I-90 has closed, construction at the site of the future Judkins Park Station is ramping up. To construct the future station entrances at Rainier Avenue, crews ...

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Celebrating Latinx Heritage: inside Sound Transit

As Sound Transit celebrates the 50th annual National Hispanic Heritage Month, or Latinx Month, we meet Sound Transit’s Senior System Safety & Assurance Specialist, Cristina Fonseca. It’s the latest ...

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Transit running: using trains and buses to go farther

Laura Goodfellow has a goal to run all 3,946 miles of Seattle’s paved streets. Local buses and trains are the keys to her success. The 26-year-old software developer moved to Seattle five years ago and ...

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Water by train - your Link to cool water in Seattle

Like many of you, we’ve been watching the weather and listening to the kids complain about it being soooo hot. (Kids who live where it’s grey for nine months out of the year shouldn’t complain about ...

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Light at the end: Mining nearly finished on Bellevue train tunnel

Crews mining the new East Link light rail tunnel under downtown Bellevue are nearly finished digging the almost 2,000-foot long passage where trains will travel between the East Side and Seattle in ...

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Pride in your work: inside Sound Transit

Today we kick off the first of a series of introductions to the people who work here at Sound Transit and what motivates them to do what they do. We’re using this tried-and-true brief Q&A format to ...

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