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posted by March 22 at 9:40 AMon
Sen. Ed Murray has sent a letter to Senate majority leader Lisa Brown, House majority leader Frank Chopp, and the Senate and House transportation chairs saying Sound Transit should be able to submit its plan to extend north to voters in its own right—no tie to RTID.
Additionally, his proposal puts ST’s I-90 plan on hold because he doesn’t think the plan is completed.
His proposal puts all of RTID on hold because he doesn’t think their plan is good to go, particularly the 520 piece.
I like the idea of de-coupling Sound Transit and RTID. Indeed, I wrote a column at the top of the session suggesting the legislature take that step.
I’d attach Sen. Murray’s letter, but it’s a PDF and PDFs don’t seem to work with Slog.