What Happens Next?

  • The four partner agencies will use input received to develop a package of draft recommended strategies for further outreach and evaluation. For additional information on this process, please see the presentation shared with the One Center City Advisory Group on March 9, 2017.
  • Over the next year, King County and Sound Transit will conduct outreach to seek additional public input on potential changes to transit service. Any comments you provide that pertain to bus service will be shared with King County Metro and Sound Transit for inclusion in their coordinated outreach processes. For surface street options, next steps may include targeted stakeholder outreach along affected streets, design review bodies, and regulatory approvals.
  • Visit King County Metro’s webpage to learn more about upcoming outreach for SR 520 corridor transit service
  • Any changes to transit service would require approval by the King County Council and the Sound Transit Board of Directors in 2018.