The TDLE team still needs your input!
Join our online open house to see our latest station design concepts, share your feedback and get a preview of next steps for the project. We've also extended our deadline for comments until Nov. 2. Help us imagine the future of light rail in the South Sound.
Here are two ways we need your help in this early stage of design:
- Share your thoughts on the station design concepts. Your feedback will help us refine our plans as the design process advances.
- Share your thoughts on potential projects that will promote your access to and from the station, especially on foot and via bicycle. Your ideas will help us and our local partners refine and evaluate our plans.
Visit our online open house now through Nov. 2: tdlink.participate.online.
Are members of your community or neighborhood interested in learning more or weighing in? We'd love to connect virtually in a format that works best for you and your group.
Keep your eye out for future project updates and encourage your friends, family and fellow community members to subscribe.
You can also request a briefing for your community group to learn more about the project and how you can stay involved.
What is TDLE?
We're planning the Tacoma Dome Link Extension, a regional light rail expansion from Federal Way to Fife and Tacoma. The light rail extension will provide fast, reliable service from Pierce County to Sea-Tac International Airport and beyond.
The Tacoma Dome Link Extension (TDLE) project will add almost 10 miles of mostly elevated tracks to the regional light rail system and four new stations, near south Federal Way, Fife, East Tacoma/Portland Avenue and the Tacoma Dome.
These stations will also offer riders efficient connections to other transit options like Sounder, Tacoma Link, ST Express, King County Metro, Pierce Transit, Intercity Transit and Amtrak.
Transit service has the power to transform communities, and we need your input! This fall we're asking for your feedback on our plans for walking, rolling and cycling connections to our future stations.