Board identifies alternatives for further study in EIS
Yesterday, the Sound Transit Board of Directors gathered to review recommendations from the West Seattle and Ballard Link Extensions advisory groups and public feedback and identified preferred alternatives and other alternatives to study in an environmental impact statement (EIS). The Board action reflects nearly 18 months of public engagement activities, including briefings to community organizations, open houses, neighborhood forums and workshops and attendance at local festivals.
Thank you to everyone who has engaged in the process so far.
In the coming months, you can expect additional maps and information to be posted on the project website. We'll also keep you in the loop about future events and activities.