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Sound Transit calls for input on $40M parking improvement project

Parking and access improvements will be made at the Edmonds and Mukilteo stations.
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Sound Transit has created a website to inform the public and gather feedback on its proposed $40 million parking and access improvement project at stations in Edmonds and Mukilteo, Washington.

Set to be completed in 2024, the project will include additional parking, improved transit, walking and biking connections and general station improvements, according to a Sound Transit press release.

Scheduling and coordination improvements will be made between buses and the commuter rail, as well as with the Washington State Ferries.

In addition, stations will offer more seating, additional screening from wind and rain, transit arrival information screens and enhanced safety. 

Open until April 8, the website features detailed project information and allows the public to submit comments that Sound Transit will use to finalize project options.

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