Request for records

Sound Transit posts a wealth of information online, including Board documents, system and service planning, financial documents, ridership reports, meeting materials and other voter-approved project-related information and records.

Still not finding what you want? Sound Transit is committed to make public records available for inspection and copying and to provide the public with the fullest assistance to ensure you can locate what you need. 

How to make a request

To request copies of Sound Transit records, you may do so in several ways.

How long will it take?

It really depends on what and how much you want. It takes us at least 5 business days to figure it out. We will let you know if we need more time or need to ask you for clarification.

How much will it cost?

Charges for documents requested will be $.15 (fifteen cents) per page for paper copies. Copies in excess of 50 pages or which are beyond Sound Transit's technical capabilities may be sent to an outside vendor and the requestor shall pay the actual cost of reproduction. Postage fees shall be charged for mailing of documents and costs may be charged for the containers used in mailing. The costs for providing electronic documents vary depending on volume.

Arrangements can be made to come to Sound Transit's offices to inspect public records between normal business hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

If you have questions about obtaining public records or about our process, please contact our Public Records Officer, Q'Deene Nagasawa at 206-689-4924.

IMPORTANT NOTE:  If you submit your request electronically and you DO NOT receive an email within 5 minutes confirming receipt, then it most likely did not go through. Please try again or send by fax instead.