UW Station rendering
UW Station (Sound Transit rendering)

We invite you to join us for our next STB Meetup on May 29 from 5:30-7:30pm at the Impact Hub in Pioneer Square.

Metro planners Ted Day and Jeremy Fichter will join us to discuss the U-Link restructure, with a brief presentation beginning at 5:30 and plenty of time for open Q&A thereafter. At roughly 6:30, we will head over to Good Bar down the street for beer, snacks, and continued conversation.

Meetups are a great opportunity to meet your fellow readers, get a little face time with agency staff, and to get more involved with transit advocacy more generally.  We hope to see you there! We also encourage you to attend Metro’s Link Connections Public Meeting tonight from 6-8pm at Seattle Academy (1432 15th Ave).

When: Friday, May 29, 5:30-7:30pm
Where: Impact HUB, 220 2nd Avenue S. (2nd & Washington)

7 Replies to “Meetup: Talk ULink Restructure May 29”

  1. I realize that this is just a rendering, but doesn’t the left turn only lane down the middle of Montlake Blvd NE (I think) in this rendering just send cars into the trees near the Link station?

    1. And if you’re in the right-hand northbound lane on Montlake, you actually get to dodge those trees, as they appear to be half-way in your lane.

  2. Here’s hoping someone brings up the total lack of off-peak access from the new station to Kirkland/Redmond. Wasn’t the 271 supposed to be rerouted to 108th/Bellevue Way once the new Evergreen Point stop opened?

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