Sound Transit's schedule of public events for March 30 - April 5

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Tuesday, April 2

11-12:30 p.m. Eastside Transportation Partnership Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) meeting
Bellevue City Hall-Leavett Building, Conference Room 1AB
301 116th Ave. SE, Bellevue

Sound Transit staff will attend the regular meeting of the Eastside Transportation Partnership Technical Advisory Committee (ETPTAC).

9-12 noon I-405 Corridor Program-Executive Committee meeting
Kirkland City Hall, Peter Kirk Room
123 5th Ave., Kirkland

The I-405 Corridor Program is a WSDOT-lead, community-based partnership to create a package of integrated, multi-modal transportation improvements that will address future needs in the I-405 corridor. This is the regular meeting of the Executive Committee.

Wednesday, April 3

7-9:00 p.m. Community Development Fund Steering Committee meeting
HomeSight Seattle Office
5117 Rainier Ave. S., Seattle

The Community Development Fund (CDF) Steering Committee, together with the proposed CDF Founding Board, will discuss the draft operating plan for the CDF as part of its regular meeting.

Thursday, April 4

10-11:30 a.m. Sound Transit Executive Committee meeting
Union Station, Sound Transit Board Room
401 S. Jackson St., Seattle

12-2:00 p.m. Sound Transit Finance Committee meeting
Union Station, Sound Transit Board Room
401 S. Jackson St., Seattle

5-8:00 p.m. STart exhibit at Union Station
Union Station, Great Hall
401 S. Jackson St., Seattle

STart, Sound Transit's public art program, will exhibit the work of artists Nick Lyle and Jean Whitesavage in the Great Hall of Union Station from April 4 - 24. The art consists of giant plant sculptures that will eventually be installed near the renovated I-90 Sunset Interchange.

6:30-9 p.m. Central Link light rail station workshop
University Heights Center, room 209
5031 University Way NE, Seattle

Sound Transit staff will provide an update on the Central Link light rail project and lead a discussion of potential University District station locations and options.


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