Join us for a public meeting, Jan. 26, 6-8pm at Redmond City Hall

From City of Redmond

Redmond is preparing for the extension of light rail to Downtown by conducting a bus-rail transit integration study. The study will recommend how best to integrate light rail transit into Downtown Redmond so that light rail is safely, conveniently and efficiently accessible by transit, walking, and biking, while accommodating vehicle access for pickup and drop-off.

The study will recommend a preliminary preferred station area concept for the Downtown Redmond light rail station. The preferred concept will maximize station access to increase mobility and grow transit ridership while minimizing the station footprint in order to limit the impacts on other land uses and activities in Downtown.

The City needs community input on bus + rail planning to inform Sound Transit's Downtown light rail station area design. Where should the station be located? Should it be at street level or elevated? Your feedback will help us as we work to optimize accessibility to the future light rail station and other areas around Downtown Redmond.

Free Shuttle for Public Meeting

​A free downtown shuttle will be provided to and from the public meeting. Trips to City Hall will leave Riverpark Apartments in front of the Hyatt at 5:30 and 5:50 pm. Return trips will leave every 20 minutes from 7 pm to 8 pm. Stops are in the following order:

  1. Riverpark Apartments in front of the Hyatt (15785 Bear Creek Pkwy.) - departs 5:30 and 5:50pm
  2. Red160 in front of Top Pot (16095 Cleveland St.)
  3. The Cleveland and Old Town Lofts in front of Woodblock (16175 Cleveland St.)
  4. The Luke and 7-Eleven in 7-Eleven parking lot (no parking) (8316 164th Ave. NE)
  5. City Hall in main traffic circle (15670 NE 85th St.)
  6. - arrives 5:45 and 6:05pm

Return trips every 20 minutes from 7 pm to 8 pm. View shuttle map.

Redmond City Hall

15670 NE 85th St, Redmond, WA

Jan. 26


For more information contact Jeff Churchill at 425-556-2492 or