Light Rail at Angle Lake

200th Street Station Open House
Thursday, June 7th from 5:30 until 8:00 PM
Madrona Elementary School – Music Room
20301 32nd Ave. S., SeaTac 98198

The S. 200th Street light rail extension project will consist of nearly 2 miles of track with a new Link station located over the top of S. 200th Street and near 28th Avenue South. In addition to elevated train platforms with covered waiting areas; the project will make several additional enhancements to the area including off-street parking garage for commuters, improvements to 200th street to better accommodate a bus loop for local bus routes, and kiss-and-ride passenger drop off area.

As with other stations along the Link Light Rail route, the 200th street station will integrate the uniqueness of the neighborhood and environmental surroundings into the structural design and public art. The “In Motion” design theme approved for this station is intended to capture how the natural environment of the station site (including the atmosphere, seasons, and unique and spectacular views to the surrounding mountains and water) is constantly “in motion.” The ever-changing effects of the weather and seasons on the sky, sunlight, wind, rain, and plants will be accentuated through art and design chosen for the 200th Street Station.

Additional project detail is available in the SEPA Addendum, on the Sound Transit Website or may be obtained by attending the Sound Transit Open House in the Music Room at Madrona Elementary School from 5:30 until 8:00 PM this Thursday, June 7th.

At the open house, participants will be able to:
• Review station and guide way design elements
• Learn when early construction work could start
• Review proposed parking elements
• Review non-motorized (bicycle and pedestrian) access improvements
• Review proposed public art elements
• Comment on proposed station names
• Talk to project staff

We encourage you to invite your neighbors and come join this meeting to review the exciting changes planned for the south lake neighborhood and get answers to any questions you may have about this project.

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