Overlake Transit Center Dedication celebrates completion of a major transit hub

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Local, state and federal officials will join Sound Transit Tuesday, May 14 for the dedication of the Overlake Transit Center at NE 40th in Redmond. This important local and regional transit hub will provide 209 parking spaces and a convenient transfer point for riders using buses operated by Sound Transit and King County Metro. Local employers in the Overlake area will also operate private shuttles from the transit center for their workers.

Construction is underway on the first of two support buildings at the site, a Microsoft Shuttle Operations Building. This summer construction will begin on a Rider Services Building which will include a bike station, a Redmond Police outpost, offices for the Greater Redmond Transportation Management Association, a concessionaire and driver restrooms.

Who: Master of Ceremonies:
Ron Sims, Chair, Sound Transit Board

Rosemarie Ives, Mayor of Redmond; Blas Uribe, Acting Regional Administrator for Region 10, Federal Transit Administration; Jane Hague, ST Board Member, King County Councilmember; Mike Huber, Corporate Services General Manager, Microsoft; Harold Taniguchi, Director, Department of Transportation, King County; Lorena Eng, Northwest Regional Administrator, WSDOT; Agnes Govern, Director, ST Express

What: Overlake Transit Center dedication

When: Tuesday, May 14
10:30 AM

Where: Between NE 36 and NE 40 Streets and 156 Avenue NE
Redmond (enter at NE 36 Street)


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