These meetings are important to South Sound supporters of Transportation Choices because public input will help shape ultimately how this money is spent. Should we fund more shuttle transit service and bike infrastructure to the stations or just build more free parking in the heart of our downtowns? I bet you can't guess where we stand.
Please attend these meetings and make your voice heard!
WHAT: In January, Sound Transit will host a series of open houses in South Sound communities to present information on the Sounder Station Access Planning Study. The agency is conducting the study to identify potential improvements in the ways commuters access its Sounder stations.
Possible improvements the agency is studying include increased parking, pedestrian sidewalks, crosswalks and bridges, bicycle commute options, and transit facility enhancements.
Open houses will include:
· A description of Sound Transit service areas, transit routes, 2011 budget, and the Sound Transit 2 program· Objectives of and timeline for the Sounder Station Access Planning Study· Overview of existing station access issues and discussion of potential solutions· Informal Q & A and public comment
WHEN: All events take place from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Tacoma - Tuesday, Jan. 18University of Washington -TacomaJane Russell Commons
1918 Pacific Avenue
Sumner - Wednesday, Jan. 19
High School Commons1707 Main St.
Puyallup - Thursday, Jan. 20Puyallup City Hall: Chamber Hall333 South Meridian Lakewood – Tuesday, Jan. 25 Lakewood Boys & Girls Club10402 Kline St SW
Kent - Wednesday, Jan. 26Kent Senior Activity Center600 E. Smith Street Auburn - Thursday, Jan. 27Auburn City Hall: Council Chamber
25 W. Main Street