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Sound Transit and the Central Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority will host a public hearing Thursday to solicit input on Sound Transit's development plan for 2014-2019 and the 2013 annual report.The development plan consists of Sound Transit's proposed program to meet state and local priorities for the agency's existing transportation services, including capital improvements under "Sound Move," as well as the Sound Transit 2 program approved by voters in November 2008, operating changes to the existing system, and how Sound Transit will fund existing program needs over the next six years, agency officials said in a press release.Information about the proposed plan is provided via this link.
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