Appendix G - Sound Transit
Appendix G:
Notification Materials
LINK LIGHT RAIL East Link Project
Sound Transit is currently designing the East Link preferred alternative, which includes
making modifications that were identified by the Sound Transit Board of Directors in May of 2009.
Sound Transit’s East Link project team is seeking public participation at a downtown
Bellevue interactive workshop focused on advancing preliminary engineering.
This workshop will be focused on the downtown Bellevue preferred route and stations, identified
by the Sound Transit Board, as well as the tunnel alternatives. Additional public meetings will
be scheduled throughout the East Link project area as Sound Transit continues to progress into
preliminary engineering along the preferred alternative.
Neighborhood
Public Workshop
Workshop will be held from 4 to 7 p.m.
(presentation begins at 5 p.m.)
DOWNTOWN BELLEVUE
Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2009
Bellevue City Hall
450 110th Ave. NE, Bellevue
Interpreters, as well as accommodations for
persons with disabilities, can be arranged
upon request with sufficient notice by calling
1-800-823-9230 or TTY Relay: 711.
To learn more about East Link public meetings,
please visit www.soundtransit.org/eastlink, or
contact Katie Kuciemba, Community Outreach
Specialist at (206) 398-5459 or
katie.kuciemba@soundtransit.org. The fastest and
most reliable way to receive information about the
East Link project is to sign up for e-mail updates at
www.soundtransit.org/subscribe. For information in
alternative formats, call 1-800-201-4900/TTY Relay:
711 or e-mail accessibility@soundtransit.org
Getting there: Bellevue City Hall is located near
the Bellevue Transit Center, a block west of Interstate
405. City Hall parking is available on a first-come,
first-served basis, and is free to those doing business
with the city or attending meetings at City Hall.
Visitor parking entrance is located on 110th Avenue.
LINK LIGHT RAIL East Link Project
Sound Transit is currently designing the
East Link preferred alternative, which
includes making modifications that were
identified by the Sound Transit Board of
Directors in May of 2009. Sound Transit’s
East Link project team is seeking
public participation at a downtown
Bellevue interactive workshop focused
on advancing preliminary engineering. You
will have the opportunity to:
• Learn about the East Link light rail
system, including a new alternative for
downtown Bellevue
Neighborhood
Public Workshop
Workshop will be held from 4 to 7 p.m.
(presentation begins at 5 p.m.)
DOWNTOWN BELLEVUE
Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2009
Bellevue City Hall
450 110th Ave. NE, Bellevue
Interpreters, as well as accommodations for
persons with disabilities, can be arranged upon
request with sufficient notice by calling
1-800-823-9230 or TTY Relay: 711.
• Provide feedback to inform the
preliminary engineering of the project
• Tell us more about your community and
how East Link can best serve you.
This workshop will be focused on the
downtown Bellevue preferred route and
stations, identified by the Sound Transit
Board, as well as the tunnel alternatives.
Additional public meetings will be scheduled
throughout the East Link project area as
Sound Transit continues to progress into
preliminary engineering along the preferred
alternative.
Getting there: Bellevue City Hall is located near
the Bellevue Transit Center, a block west of Interstate
405. City Hall parking is available on a first-come,
first-served basis, and is free to those doing business
with the city or attending meetings at City Hall. Visitor
parking entrance is located on 110th Avenue.
To learn more about East Link public meetings, please visit www.soundtransit.org/eastlink, or contact
Katie Kuciemba, Community Outreach Specialist at (206) 398-5459 or katie.kuciemba@soundtransit.org.
The fastest and most reliable way to receive information about the East Link project is to sign up for e-mail
updates at www.soundtransit.org/subscribe. For information in alternative formats, call 1-800-201-4900/
TTY Relay: 711 or e-mail accessibility@soundtransit.org
LINK LIGHT RAIL East Link Project
Sound Transit is currently designing the East Link preferred alternative, which includes making modifications
that were identified by the Sound Transit Board of Directors in May of 2009. Sound Transit’s East Link project team
is seeking public participation at a downtown Bellevue interactive workshop focused on advancing
preliminary engineering.
This workshop will be focused on the downtown Bellevue preferred route and stations, identified by the Sound Transit
Board, as well as the tunnel alternatives. Additional public meetings will be scheduled throughout the East Link project
area as Sound Transit continues to progress into preliminary engineering along the preferred alternative.
Neighborhood Public Workshop
Workshop will be held from 4 to 7 p.m.
(presentation begins at 5 p.m.)
DOWNTOWN BELLEVUE, Bellevue City Hall
Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2009
450 110th Ave. NE, Bellevue
Interpreters, as well as accommodations for persons with
disabilities, can be arranged upon request with sufficient
notice by calling 1-800-823-9230 or TTY Relay: 711.
Getting there: Bellevue City Hall is located
near the Bellevue Transit Center, a block west of
Interstate 405. City Hall parking is available on a
first-come, first-served basis, and is free to those
doing business with the
city or attending
meetings at City Hall.
Visitor parking
entrance is located
on 110th Avenue.
To learn more about East Link public meetings, please visit www.soundtransit.org/eastlink, or contact Katie Kuciemba, Community
Outreach Specialist at (206) 398-5459 or katie.kuciemba@soundtransit.org. The fastest and most reliable way to receive information
about the East Link project is to sign up for e-mail updates at www.soundtransit.org/subscribe. For information in alternative formats,
call 1-800-201-4900/TTY Relay: 711 or e-mail accessibility@soundtransit.org
LINK LIGHT RAIL East Link Project
Sound Transit is currently designing the East Link preferred alternative, which
includes making modifications that were identified by the Sound Transit Board of
Directors in May of 2009. Sound Transit’s East Link project team is seeking
public participation at a downtown Bellevue interactive workshop
focused on advancing preliminary engineering. You will have the opportunity to:
• Learn about the East Link light rail system, including a new alternative for
downtown Bellevue
• Provide feedback to inform the preliminary engineering of the project
• Tell us more about your community and how East Link can best serve you.
This workshop will be focused on the downtown Bellevue preferred route and
stations, identified by the Sound Transit Board, as well as the tunnel alternatives.
Additional public meetings will be scheduled throughout the East Link project area
as Sound Transit continues to progress into preliminary engineering along the
preferred alternative.
Neighborhood
Public Workshop
Workshop will be held from 4 to 7 p.m.
(presentation begins at 5 p.m.)
DOWNTOWN BELLEVUE
Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2009
Bellevue City Hall
450 110th Ave. NE, Bellevue
Interpreters, as well as accommodations for
persons with disabilities, can be arranged upon
request with sufficient notice by calling
1-800-823-9230 or TTY Relay: 711.
To learn more about East Link public meetings, please visit www.soundtransit.org/eastlink, or contact
Katie Kuciemba, Community Outreach Specialist at (206) 398-5459 or katie.kuciemba@soundtransit.org.
The fastest and most reliable way to receive information about the East Link project is to sign up for e-mail
updates at www.soundtransit.org/subscribe. For information in alternative formats, call 1-800-201-4900/
TTY Relay: 711 or e-mail accessibility@soundtransit.org
Getting there: Bellevue City Hall is located near the Bellevue Transit Center, a block west of Interstate
405. City Hall parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis, and is free to those doing business with
the city or attending meetings at City Hall. Visitor parking entrance is located on 110th Avenue.
LINK LIGHT RAIL East Link Project
Sound Transit is currently designing the East Link preferred
alternative, which includes making modifications that were
identified by the Sound Transit Board of Directors in May of 2009.
Sound Transit’s East Link project team is seeking public
participation at a downtown Bellevue interactive
workshop focused on advancing preliminary engineering.
You will have the opportunity to:
• Learn about the East Link light rail system, including a new
alternative for downtown Bellevue
• Provide feedback to inform the preliminary engineering
of the project
• Tell us more about your community and how East Link
can best serve you.
This workshop will be focused on the downtown Bellevue
preferred route and stations, identified by the Sound Transit Board,
as well as the tunnel alternatives.
Additional public meetings will be scheduled throughout the
East Link project area as Sound Transit continues to progress into
preliminary engineering along the preferred alternative.
Getting there: Bellevue City Hall is located near the Bellevue
Transit Center, a block west of Interstate 405. City Hall parking is
available on a first-come, first-served basis, and is free to those
doing business with the city or attending meetings at City Hall.
Visitor parking entrance is located on 110th Avenue.
To learn more about East Link public meetings, please visit
www.soundtransit.org/eastlink, or contact Katie Kuciemba, Community
Outreach Specialist at (206) 398-5459 or katie.kuciemba@soundtransit.org.
The fastest and most reliable way to receive information about the East Link
project is to sign up for e-mail updates at www.soundtransit.org/subscribe.
For information in alternative formats, call 1-800-201-4900/TTY Relay: 711
or e-mail accessibility@soundtransit.org
Neighborhood
Public Workshop
Workshop will be held from 4 to 7 p.m.
(presentation begins at 5 p.m.)
DOWNTOWN BELLEVUE
Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2009
Bellevue City Hall
450 110th Ave. NE, Bellevue
Interpreters, as well as accommodations for
persons with disabilities, can be arranged
upon request with sufficient notice by calling
1-800-823-9230 or TTY Relay: 711.
LINK LIGHT RAIL East Link Project
Sound Transit is currently designing the East Link preferred alternative, which includes
making modifications that were identified by the Sound Transit Board of Directors in May of
2009. Sound Transit’s East Link project team is seeking public participation at
interactive workshops focused on advancing preliminary engineering.
Each workshop is focused on the neighborhood preferred route and station for each location.
Additional workshops will be scheduled throughout the East Link project area as Sound
Transit continues to progress into preliminary engineering along the preferred alternative.
Neighborhood Public Workshops
Each workshop will be held from 5 to 7:30 p.m. (presentation begins at 5:30 p.m.)
OVERLAKE/REDMOND
Monday, Oct. 12, 2009
VFW Building
(Jerry Foley Memorial Hall)
4330 148th Ave. NE, Redmond
BEL-RED
Thursday, Oct. 15, 2009
Stevenson Elementary School
(Gymnasium)
14220 NE 8th St, Bellevue
SOUTH BELLEVUE
Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2009
Bellevue High School (Cafeteria)
10416 Wolverine Way, Bellevue
Interpreters, as well as accommodations for
persons with disabilities, can be arranged upon
request with sufficient notice by calling
1-800-823-9230 or TTY Relay: 711.
To learn more about East Link public meetings, please visit www.soundtransit.org/eastlink, or contact
Katie Kuciemba, Community Outreach Specialist at (206) 398-5459 or katie.kuciemba@soundtransit.org.
The fastest and most reliable way to receive information about the East Link project is to sign up for e-mail
updates at www.soundtransit.org/subscribe. For information in alternative formats, call 1-800-201-4900/
TTY Relay: 711 or e-mail accessibility@soundtransit.org
LINK LIGHT RAIL East Link Project
Sound Transit is currently designing the East Link preferred alternative, which includes making
modifications that were identified by the Sound Transit Board of Directors in May of 2009. Sound Transit’s
East Link project team is seeking public participation at interactive workshops focused on
advancing preliminary engineering.
Each workshop is focused on the neighborhood preferred route and station for each location.
Additional workshops will be scheduled throughout the East Link project area as Sound Transit continues to
progress into preliminary engineering along the preferred alternative.
Neighborhood Public Workshops
Each workshop will be held from 5 to 7:30 p.m. (presentation begins at 5:30 p.m.)
OVERLAKE/REDMOND
Monday, Oct. 12, 2009
VFW Building
(Jerry Foley Memorial Hall)
4330 148th Ave. NE, Redmond
SOUTH BELLEVUE
Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2009
Bellevue High School (Cafeteria)
10416 Wolverine Way, Bellevue
BEL-RED
Thursday, Oct. 15, 2009
Stevenson Elementary School
(Gymnasium)
14220 NE 8th St, Bellevue
Interpreters, as well as accommodations for persons with disabilities, can be arranged upon request
with sufficient notice by calling 1-800-823-9230 or TTY Relay: 711.
To learn more about East Link public meetings, please visit www.soundtransit.org/eastlink, or contact Katie Kuciemba, Community
Outreach Specialist at (206) 398-5459 or katie.kuciemba@soundtransit.org. The fastest and most reliable way to receive
information about the East Link project is to sign up for e-mail updates at www.soundtransit.org/subscribe. For information in
alternative formats, call 1-800-201-4900/TTY Relay: 711 or e-mail accessibility@soundtransit.org
LINK LIGHT RAIL East Link Project
Sound Transit is currently designing the East Link preferred alternative, which includes making
modifications that were identified by the Sound Transit Board of Directors in May of 2009. Sound Transit’s
East Link project team is seeking public participation at interactive workshops focused on
advancing preliminary engineering. You will have the opportunity to:
• Learn about the East Link light rail system
• Provide feedback to inform the preliminary engineering of the project
• Tell us more about your community and how East Link can best serve you.
Each workshop is focused on the neighborhood preferred route and station for each location.
Additional workshops will be scheduled throughout the East Link project area as Sound Transit continues
to progress into preliminary engineering along the preferred alternative.
Neighborhood Public Workshops
Each workshop will be held from 5 to 7:30 p.m. (presentation begins at 5:30 p.m.)
OVERLAKE/REDMOND
Monday, Oct. 12, 2009
VFW Building
(Jerry Foley Memorial Hall)
4330 148th Ave. NE, Redmond
SOUTH BELLEVUE
Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2009
Bellevue High School (Cafeteria)
10416 Wolverine Way, Bellevue
BEL-RED
Thursday, Oct. 15, 2009
Stevenson Elementary School
(Gymnasium)
14220 NE 8th St, Bellevue
Interpreters, as well as accommodations for persons with disabilities, can be arranged upon request with sufficient notice
by calling 1-800-823-9230 or 1-888-713-6030 TTY.
To learn more about East Link public meetings, please visit www.soundtransit.org/eastlink, or
contact Katie Kuciemba, Community Outreach Specialist at 206-398-5459 or
katie.kuciemba@soundtransit.org. The fastest and most reliable way to receive
information about the East Link project is to sign up for e-mail updates at
www.soundtransit.org/subscribe. For information in alternative formats, call
1-800-201-4900/1-888-713-6030 TTY or e-mail accessibility@soundtransit.org
NEIGHBORHOOD
Public Workshops
East Link light rail
Sound Transit is currently designing the East Link preferred alternative, which includes
making modifications that were identified by the Sound Transit Board of Directors in May of
2009. Sound Transit’s East Link project team is seeking public participation at
interactive workshops focused on advancing preliminary engineering. You will have the
opportunity to:
• Learn about the East Link light rail system
• Provide feedback to inform the preliminary engineering of the project
• Tell us more about your community and how East Link can best serve you.
Each workshop is focused on the neighborhood preferred route and station for each location.
Additional workshops will be scheduled throughout the East Link project area as Sound Transit
continues to progress into preliminary engineering along the preferred alternative.
Each workshop will be held from 5 to 7:30 p.m.
OVERLAKE/REDMOND
Monday, Oct. 12, 2009
VFW Hall
4330 148th Ave. NE, Redmond
SOUTH BELLEVUE
Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2009
Bellevue High School (Cafeteria)
10416 Wolverine Way, Bellevue
BEL-RED
Thursday, Oct. 15, 2009
Stevenson Elementary School (Gymnasium)
14220 NE 8th St, Bellevue
To learn more about East Link public meetings, please visit
www.soundtransit.org/eastlink, or contact Katie Kuciemba, Community Outreach
Specialist at 206-398-5459 or katie.kuciemba@soundtransit.org. The fastest
and most reliable way to receive information about the East Link project is to
sign up for e-mail updates at www.soundtransit.org/subscribe. For information
in alternative formats, call 1-800-201-4900/1-888-713-6030 TTY or e-mail
accessibility@soundtransit.org
LINK LIGHT RAIL East Link Project
Sound Transit is currently designing the East Link preferred alternative,
which includes making modifications that were identified by the Sound
Transit Board of Directors in May of 2009. Sound Transit’s East Link
project team is seeking public participation at a downtown
Bellevue interactive workshop focused on advancing preliminary
engineering. You will have the opportunity to:
• Learn about the East Link light rail system, including a new alternative
for downtown Bellevue
• Provide feedback to inform the preliminary engineering of the project
• Tell us more about your community and how East Link can best serve you.
This workshop will be focused on the downtown Bellevue preferred route
and stations, identified by the Sound Transit Board, as well as the tunnel
alternatives.
Additional public meetings will be scheduled throughout the East Link project
area as Sound Transit continues to progress into preliminary engineering
along the preferred alterna tive.
Visit www.soundtransit.org/eastlink
Link Light Rail System
East Link is Sound Transit’s voter-approved project to build light rail between Seattle and
Overlake. Sound Transit is also conducting environmental review on the future extension
between Overlake and downtown Redmond. The Sound Transit Board of Directors recently
identified a preferred East Link alternative with eastside stations serving Mercer Island, south
Bellevue, downtown Bellevue, Bel-Red, Overlake, and downtown Redmond, connecting to
Seattle via I-90.
NEIGHBORHOOD
Public Workshop
Workshop will be held from 4 to 7 p.m.
(presentation begins at 5 p.m.)
DOWNTOWN BELLEVUE
Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2009
Bellevue City Hall
450 110th Ave. NE, Bellevue
To learn more about East Link public meetings,
please visit www.soundtransit.org/eastlink, or contact
Katie Kuciemba, Community Outreach Specialist at
206-398-5459 or katie.kuciemba@soundtransit.org.
The fastest and most reliable way to receive information
about the East Link project is to sign up for e-mail
updates at www.soundtransit.org/subscribe. For
information in alternative formats, call 1-800-201-4900/
TTY Relay: 711 or e-mail accessibility@soundtransit.org.
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