Learn more about Sound Transit's North Corridor

If you commute from Lynnwood to downtown Seattle weekday mornings, you need to budget about 52 minutes. That’s according to Sound Transit, which is asking for your input as it extends mass transit from Northgate to Lynnwood.

The agency is launching a formal comment period for the North Corridor High Capacity Transit (HCT) project, which will add 8-9 miles of mass transit service and four new stations.

Sound Transit will be holding an open house on Tuesday, Oct. 12 to get feedback from Lynnwood residents. The team will explore potential areas that may be served by future stations, project purpose and schedule, criteria for reviewing alternatives, and general ideas about potential transit modes and routes to serve the corridor.

October 12 – Lynnwood
Lynnwood Convention Center
(3711 196th St SW)

The meeting will be held from 6 to 8:30 p.m. A presentation will begin at 6:45 p.m., followed by a workshop.

The North Corridor High Capacity Transit (HCT) is expected to the public in 2023.

  1. Is the “52 minutes” number referring to the time it would take in a car currently, or the time it will take on the train? I assume that's car time, but if so, I'd be more interested in knowing what their estimated train commute time is.

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