commuter rail line at risk
of timeline delays
EVERETT — Get your voice heard on Sound Transit’s plans to adjust which Light Link Rail projects it builds next.
The Sound Transit 3 measure, which increased car tab fees and other costs, is a key part of paying for the link rail segments. A realignment is being discussed because there is an unexpected $11.5 billion funding gap. “This summer, the Sound Transit Board will create a plan to respond to these unprecedented financial challenges,” the agency states.
The agency is taking input through April 30 online
Everett city leaders seek to ensure Light Link Rail’s arrival will stay scheduled for
2036 and won’t now get prioritized lower.
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