Sound Transit’s regional system provides the building blocks for a sustainable future. In 10 years, Sound Transit will operate 50 miles of light rail along with an extensive network of bus and commuter rail services. Expanding transit improves air quality and eases congestion to help make the Puget Sound region a better place to live and work.
With over one million more residents anticipated in the region by 2030, Sound Transit’s Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) program brings more of the region’s residents within easy walking distance of its services and increases ridership. It reduces car travel, improves quality of life, and helps the region realize its vision for land use, transportation and economic