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Sound Transit seeks input on new Graham Street Light Rail Station

The Graham Street Light Rail Station Project would create a new stop between stations along the 1 Line’s current track.

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On online survey about the Graham Street Station Project is open until July 28.

Photo via Sound Transit

During all the buzz surrounding the the Sound Transit Link Light Rail extensions to the Eastside and Lynnwood, you might have missed the proposed Graham Street station addition to the 1 Line that’s starting to pick up speed.

Approved back in 2016, this planned station is intended to help close a 1.6-mile gap between the Columbia City and Othello stations in South Seattle. The station is slated for the intersection at Martin Luther King Jr. Way South and South Graham Street.

The expected completion date is set for 2031, but Sound Transit teams are already looking for input from locals on desired features and potential use.

To gather this data, transit officials launched an online survey and have an info session planned for Tuesday, July 16, 4:30-7 p.m. at the Van Asselt Community Center.

Speak up and stay tuned for more updates.

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