On July 28, the Issaquah Transit Center opens a new garage with 819 parking spaces — about double the previous number, as well as “improved” kiss-and-ride facilities.
More project details here.
In somewhat-less-good news for Brad, the Redmond P&R has been closed so that part of the lot can be turned into dense development and rest into a parking garage, for a net gain of 9 spaces. As the funding comes from the land sale, it seems like a win-win for TOD-heads like us, and at worst a push for those best served by extending the parking capacity at transit nodes.
Good for Metro.