This is a general reminder that you should already have you ballots and they need to be postmarked by November 5th. And given that sidewalks and walkability are often one of the primary concerns in the area I thought people might be interested in FeetFirst’s guide to the candidates. The full link is above [...]
As you may be aware, one of the station locations being considered for the Link Light Rail extension to Lynnwood is NE 130th St, by I-5. Renee already posted in the Facebook group and Lake City Live has a really good write-up on some of the advantages of this location. From my perspective it’s especially [...]
You might see some of this if you attend the Northgate meeting tomorrow (er, today) but I thought it was still worth sharing for everybody who couldn’t make it. Richard Conlin has a post up about the effectiveness of investments in pedestrian and bike access to the future light rail station. It’s worth reading the [...]
Sound Transit is holding a meeting regarding the Northgate Station design and pedestrian and bicycle access on Thursday, 6PM at Olympic View Elementary.
See the details on their web site.
There’s a new land use notice for 525 NE Northgate Way. This is the second design review meeting and many neighbors already gave feedback earlier. There isn’t too much changing here but I thought people would like to know what’s going on.
You can find more information on the full page: http://web1.seattle.gov/dpd/Luib/Notice.aspx?BID=765&NID=14372
Project: 3012842 [...]
Not only does this include the design work on the station, track, and landscaping, but they’ve also announced two local NE Seattle artists (Mary Ann Peters and Cris Bruch) who will be working with the design team on art for the station and plaza. I won’t be able to make this one (I’ll be at [...]
Tuesday, Sept. 25, 6-8 p.m. (presentation begins at 6:30 p.m.) Olympic View Elementary School cafeteria, 504 Northeast 95th Street, Seattle
Sound Transit will host a public open house this month to update details about the construction schedule, potential noise and nighttime work, truck hauling and utility relocation work.
The Northgate Station, which will [...]
This is a huge win for Northgate pedestrians and bicyclists! This week the Seattle City Council and the Sound Transit board unanimously passed resolutions committing a total of $20 million to pedestrian and bicycle improvements for the future Northgate light rail station. Thanks go to Seattle Councilman Richard Conlin, who led the charge within the [...]
Light Rail Transit, Northgate Station & Thornton Creek
June 28th Thursday 7PM to 9PM
Meadowbrook Community Center
10517 35th Ave NE, Seattle
PROGRAM: Please join Thornton Creek Alliance for a panel discussion of the changes and challenges to Thornton Creek as the North Corridor Transit Project becomes further developed. Come to [...]
Sound Transit is seeking public input on options for improving access to Northgate Transit Station for pedestrians, bicyclists, park-and-ride users and bus riders during and after construction of the North Link light rail extension project, which includes a station at Northgate.
Sound Transit will host a public meeting from 6 to 8 p.m. on Monday, [...]