Every day, Sound Transit is making progress toward the goal of extending the Link light rail system between the Sea-Tac Airport and South 200th Street. During the project's early phases, the station was given the temporary or working name of S. 200th Street. The project is now approaching the time for the Sound Transit Board of Directors to choose and adopt a permanent name for the station.
Over the past few months, project representatives have been gathering input from community members and stakeholders about potential permanent station names. The objective is to be in a position where the Sound Transit Board could formally adopt a permanent station name as early as September which is the same time the design-build construction project for the guideway and station is expected to be awarded. As part of the naming process, Sound Transit is collecting feedback via a web survey to present to the Board on the proposed choice of a station name.
Here’s your chance to help name the new link light rail station. If you’d like to be a part of the process in choosing a future permanent name for this station, please click the link below to learn more about the station naming criteria and weigh in with your thoughts by completing the survey no later than Monday, Sept. 17.
If you have comments on any of the proposed names for the station on the South 200th Link Extension, please take a moment to send an email to Jennifer.firstname.lastname@example.org.