Who we are
What moves us forward every day is our never-ending commitment to get you to where you're going in a stress-free, efficient and environmentally responsible way.
Environment and sustainability
Sound Transit supports people, planet and prosperity by providing affordable, environmentally-friendly public transit that connect residents to where they live, work and play.
Latest news releases
Jobs and internships
We're looking for employees with passion and talent. Explore career opportunities to find your chance to make an impact on our region.
Board of Directors
The 18-member Sound Transit Board includes elected officials and the Secretary of the Washington State Department of Transportation.
Doing business with us
We believe in leveling the playing field so that all businesses can compete to work on our transit projects. We value diversity and are committed to working with local businesses.
Panels and committees
We have never lost sight of what drives us forward – our riders. There’s no opinion more valuable than yours. So we listen, learn and adapt to meet the needs of today and tomorrow.
Paying for regional transit
Local taxes, including car tab, property and sales taxes make up just over half of Sound Transit's total funding. The rest comes from federal grants, fares, interest earnings and miscellaneous revenue.
Documents and reports
We are accountable to you. That's why we strive for transparency – from cost and project controls, outside audits and oversight, and clearly defined and updated milestones.
Sound Transit offers freedom and flexibility with a reliable, inexpensive, safe and comfortable alternative to driving.
Office of Civil Rights, Equity and Inclusion
Diversity, equity & inclusion makes us stronger, as individuals and as an organization. We are committed to creating equitable processes and outcomes across our region.