Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Revised railroad route in Bellevue costly

Bellevue City Council members who want to move a planned light-rail line away from neighborhoods and arterial roads south of downtown may have a tough challenge convincing Sound Transit that's a good idea.
The latest version of their plan could attract adequate ridership by building a station near Interstate 90 on the edge of the Enatai neighborhood, but city transportation officials have told the agency it would drive up the cost of the East Link project by an estimated $138 million. Continued

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