Provide feedback on access to future BRT stations

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Community members look at maps and ask questions at an I-405 Bus Rapid Transit community meeting.

In 2018, Sound Transit launched the I-405 BRT project and spent the summer sharing I-405 BRT station information with communities across the corridor. Based on technical analysis and stakeholder input, Sound Transit has further defined the BRT stations at each of the 11 locations.

The I-405 BRT Project includes funding to improve non-motorized access (like cycling, walking, etc.) near our BRT facilities. Throughout January and February 2019, we will be meeting with community members to provide project updates and to collect feedback on possible barriers to BRT station access, especially with regard to walking, biking, and other non-motorized modes of travel.

Get project updates and share your feedback via our online open house, from Jan.8-Feb. 14:

Through the online open house, you'll have the opportunity to:

  • Learn about I-405 BRT, including the new BRT name and station design.
  • Provide feedback on non-motorized access to future BRT stations.
  • Find out about public involvement opportunities and how to stay informed.

BRT has a name!

We call our commuter rail system Sounder and light rail goes by Link. Sound Transit is excited to welcome Bus Rapid Transit to the family and announce its name –Stride.

Sound Transit interviewed stakeholders inside and outside the organization to help develop a BRT brand. Common themes included a desire for the name to be memorable, short, easy to pronounce and integrate well with the overall Sound Transit brand.

The Stride name will be integrated throughout the design of the BRT system including vehicles, stations, signage and marketing materials. Visit the online open house to view the current station design concept and see how Stride could be incorporated into the BRT stations.