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Residents Think Big During Early Scoping

...Link lines using the same platforms down there with bus transfers no more difficult than 5th and Jackson, which leaves more space for transit oriented development. Having 3-4 stations at different elevations...

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...will be best located near the base of First Hill. A new downtown station at 5th & Madison does not add much new service area. An underground station at 8th & Madison could serve...

...station at 5th & Madison does not add much new service area. An underground station at 8th & Madison could serve Virginia Mason, Harborview, the Convention Center, and high-density residential neighborhoods without adding...

...number of riders that would use a First Hill Station entrance at a place like Boren and Madison would be significantly more than would use an Avalon Station...

...Seattle being “bus intercepts”, but there is at least the possibility that the oval from 35th and Avalon to 44th and Alaska becomes a real urban center. If that happens the bus intercept...

I’d be willing to huff it or take a bus from 15th and Market to the heart of Ballard, but my wife would not, she’d tell me call...

...further west than Fauntleroy. By the way, it’s 1/4 mile from California to Fauntleroy at Alaska Street — an acceptable distance for a bus-rail transfer from what was listed in the Page...

    Residents Think Big During Early Scoping
    Residents are thinking big, and some of the proposals Sound Transit received during the early scoping period for the West Seattle Ballard Link Extension (WSBLE) could strain the ST3 budget. ST presented the comments during a meeting of the WSBLE Stakeholder Advisory Group Wednesday night.

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    Construct revisions to an existing unit in a multifamily building, subject to field inspection (STFI) in Gridiron Building Unit 909 to relocate closet door.

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