Support 130th Street Station

One of the top concerns I hear from my constituents is the need for more transit options in District 5. That's why I've been working with the neighborhood activists fighting to have the NE 130th Street Light Rail Station open concurrently with Lynnwood Link.

This station will serve our growing urban villages in Lake City and Bitter Lake, as well as neighbors in Pinehurst, Haller Lake and Little Brook. We expect that an additional 14,000 people will make this their home in the next few years.

We know that the area around the station is home to folks from diverse backgrounds and we have a concentration here of senior, low-income, and immigrant communities that rely on public transportation.

Building and operating this station concurrently with Lynnwood Link is a commonsense solution that will save taxpayer money and decrease harmful service disruptions to tens of thousands of riders.

In the coming weeks, the regional Sound Transit Board will vote on potential next steps for the NE 130th St. Light Rail Station.

Board members need to hear from us why this station is important and how it will benefit both Seattle and our neighbors in Kenmore, Lake Forest Park, Shoreline, and more. I hope you will join me and your neighbors in standing up for our light rail station.

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Thank you for your support,
signature of Councilmember Debora Juarez

Councilmember Debora Juarez