Sound Transit's Business & Labor Compliance Office works to ensure that the businesses and workforce building our regional transit system represent the demographics of our region. Our mission is to influence stakeholders so that Sound Transit improves mobility for Central Puget Sound in ways that include the diverse people of the region.
As a recipient of Federal funds, Sound Transit implements a Disadvantaged Business Program (DBE) and a Title VI Program compliant with Federal regulations. The Business & Labor Compliance Office also administers Sound Transit's Project Labor Agreement to foster labor harmony and promote opportunities for women and people of color in construction.
Sound Transit COVID-19 Business Assistance Resources
As the coronavirus is severely affecting many businesses in the Puget Sound region, Sound Transit is closely monitoring information to support economic retention and recovery related to the COVID-19 pandemic, including updated resources from local, state and federal authorities. Please visit our Business & Labor Compliance Office website to read about important resources to assist small businesses, including our flyer on Coronavirus/Covid-19 Business Assistance: Business Support and Resources.
To contact the Business & Labor Compliance Office, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206-689-4914
For information on Workforce, Labor Compliance, or the PLA, please email email@example.com or call 206-689-4992