Attend a drop-in session
We're hosting two drop-in sessions later this month to share the preliminary refined project for the SR 522/NE 145th Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Project. Preliminary refinements to the project are based on technical analysis, partner agency feedback and what we heard throughout the community engagement process in 2018. Come by anytime during one of the drop-in sessions to learn more, provide input on the preliminary refined project and find out about next steps.
Drop-In Session #1
- Wednesday, Jan. 30, 1 – 8 p.m.
- Shoreline Unitarian Universalist Church // 14724 1st Ave. NE., Shoreline, WA 98155
Drop-In Session #2
- Thursday, Jan. 31, 1 – 8 p.m.
- Kenmore City Hall // 18120 68th Ave. NE., Kenmore, WA 98028
During these drop-in sessions, you'll have the opportunity to:
- Learn how your input from the September/October 2018 community workshops informed the preliminary refined project.
- Give feedback on the preliminary project refinements.
- Talk with project staff to learn more about next steps and share your ideas.
Visit sr522brt.participate.online to RSVP, learn more about the project beginning on Jan. 28 and share your thoughts with us online, especially if you cannot make it in person. We'll collect feedback from Jan. 28 through Feb. 11, 2019.
More about SR 522/NE 145th BRT Project
The SR 522/NE 145th BRT Project will provide fast, frequent and reliable bus-based transit service from north Lake Washington communities to the future Shoreline South/145th Link light rail station at Northeast 145th Street and Interstate-5 (I-5). Riders will be able to connect to and transfer between the SR 522/NE 145th BRT, I-405 BRT, Link light rail and other transit services provided by Sound Transit, Community Transit and King County Metro.
In 2018, Sound Transit began to evaluate and refine the representative SR 522/NE 145th BRT Project identified in the voter-approved Sound Transit 3 (ST3) plan based on technical analysis and stakeholder input. In March 2019, Sound Transit will present the refined project to the Sound Transit Board of Directors and begin conceptual design and environmental review.
Planning for this project is underway and your participation is important. To open the project as fast as possible, the project team has established an ambitious planning and environmental analysis timeline.
Throughout 2018, staff engaged with neighboring communities to learn about their priorities and ideas for the project. In 2019, the project team will continue community outreach to gather community feedback to help inform the project design.
Thank you for being engaged throughout this planning process – your feedback is essential to shaping the project!