Sound Transit posts a wealth of information online, including board documents, system and service planning, financial documents, ridership reports, meeting materials and other project-related information and records.

Still not finding what you want? Sound Transit is committed to making public records available for inspection and copying and we will help you find what you need.

How to make a request

You may request copies of Sound Transit records in these ways:

  • Online: Complete and submit the Public Disclosure Request Form.
  • Mail: Complete the Public Disclosure Request Form, print it and mail to: Sound Transit, Attention Legal Department, 401 South Jackson Street, Seattle, WA 98104.
  • Fax: Complete the Public Disclosure Request Form, print it and then fax to (206) 398-5222.

How long will it take?

It will depend on the nature of the requested material and the extent of the request. Expect a minimum of five business days for simple document requests. We will let you know if we need clarification or more time.

How much will it cost?

  • The charge for making copies of requested documents is 15 cents per page.
  • Copies in excess of 50 pages or that are beyond Sound Transit's technical capabilities may be sent to an outside vendor with the requestor paying the actual cost of reproduction.
  • Postage fees are charged for mailing documents and costs may be charged for the containers used in mailing.
  • The costs for providing electronic documents vary depending on volume.

You may also make arrangements to come to Sound Transit's offices to inspect public records between normal business hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

If you have questions about obtaining public records or process, please contact Public Records Officer Q'Deene Nagasawa at 206-689-4924.

IMPORTANT NOTE: If you submit your request electronically and DO NOT receive an email within five minutes confirming receipt, it most likely did not go through. Please try again or send by fax instead.