Take a practical float on Link light rail’s designed Eastside extension
March 23, 2014 - box office
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It’s not too early to take a float on Link light rail’s prolongation to a East Side.
OK, we have to be something of an animated-video weird to wish to take a ride, though this is another step in the expansion of Sound Transit’s areawide rail service.
The classification posted an charcterised video Thursday on a website. Viewers can take a practical float from Seattle on a supposed East Link light rail to a confine in Redmond, a designed 14-mile prolongation once a line is indeed opened, estimated to be in 2023. Construction is approaching to start in 2015.
When completed, the link will embody 10 stops along a route. Passenger bucket is estimated during 50,000 riders any weekday, according to Sound Transit.
The animation will be featured during a Mar 25 open residence during Bellevue City Hall, 450 110th Ave. N.E. That event, from 5 to 7 p.m., will concentration on pattern of a plan during a city’s movement core and during a hire nearby Overlake Hospital Medical Center.