Tag: Transit Oriented Development

EAST LINK RAINIER STATION OPPORTUNITIES FOR SEATTLE

August 20th, 2013

Too often transportation planning and land use planning proceed along independent paths and we miss opportunities to get the biggest bang for our buck when new transit facilities come on line. Sound Transit’s East Link line will connect downtown Seattle to Bellevue and Redmond, crossing Lake Washington on the I-90 Floating Bridge. With the conclusion […]

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ROOSEVELT NEIGHBORHOOD AND TRANSIT ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT

June 23rd, 2011

In 2008, voters approved the Sound Transit II ballot measure, which funds light rail from the University District through the Roosevelt neighborhood in Northeast Seattle, continuing on to Northgate and Lynnwood.  Light rail transit stops are great places for additional housing and job development, and the Roosevelt neighborhood has recently endorsed an update to neighborhood […]

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