Thank you to everyone who provided input on funding for projects that will improve the ways people get to Sound Transit stations. Public input is now closed, but you can still learn more about the projects and next steps. To review the executive summary of survey results click here. To see the complete survey results, click here.

Approved by voters in 2016, the Sound Transit 3 System Plan included a $100 million System Access Fund. This year, the Sound Transit Board of Directors asked for input as it considers how to award up to $50 million of the System Access Fund for projects to improve rider connections in each of Sound Transit’s five subareas. Your input will be shared with the Sound Transit Board to inform its decisions about which projects to fund.

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Did you know?

The 1,080-square-mile Sound Transit District comprises the urbanized areas of King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties. It stretches from Everett in the north, to DuPont in the south, and to Issaquah and Sammamish in the east. The district is divided into five subareas: Snohomish County, North King County, South King County, East King County, and Pierce County.

The System Access Fund’s $100 million is allocated equally among Sound Transit’s subareas for projects that benefit each area’s riders.