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The $54 billion question: Can we afford Sound Transit 3?

This is the third in a multi-part series on Sound Transit 3 ... 54 billion is still a mountainous pile of cash, so this time around, we’re looking at the funding pie and whose kitchen the ingredients ... read more

Sound Transit CEO who makes $328,545 is in line for new deal. Pierce County leaders are rightly concerned

Pierce County Executive Bruce Dammeier voted no, expressing reservations about whether Rogoff is the right leader to carry out the $54 billion Sound Transit 3 package approved ... DuPont by 2036? We’l... read more

$54 billion Sound Transit plan heading to voters

The Sound Transit board unanimously approved the $54 billion ST-3 plan on Thursday ... “I live as far west as you can get on Puget Sound, so how am I going to get to light rail when it's up by I-5? We ... read more

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Sound Transit CEO Peter Rogoff Answers the $54B Question

The key to accomplishing that feat, he says, is Sound Transit 3, the $54 billion ... we put out to the public does assume a reasonable cycle of recessions and recoveries over the 25-year period. It wo... read more


State senator taking flak for questioning Sound Transit 3 tax package

but he raised eyebrows when he questioned Sound Transit 3. The idea from some social media comments that I’m “anti-transit” because I had the chutzpah to publicly ask serious financial questions about ... read more

Sound Transit says $30 car tab measure would jeopardize light rail expansion

Davis voted yes to approve Sound Transit 3, a ballot measure ... even if it jeopardizes the $54 billion expansion of light rail through King, Snohomish and Pierce counties. “I am on a fixed income, I ... read more

6 questions to ponder while you vote on Sound Transit 3

Here are six of the main questions we should be asking ourselves as we ponder how to vote, and some tools for wrapping our heads around each of them. 1. How much will ST3 cost me? Every voter will car... read more

Gray Television, Inc. (GTN) Q3 2018 Earnings Conference Call Transcript

After the prepared remarks, there will be a question-and-answer session ... the highest quality people and the highest quality television stations that we can prudently afford. We also wish to thank t... read more

MYR Group's (MYRG) CEO Rick Swartz on Q1 2017 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

Later, we will conduct a question-and-answer session ... Also, last November, Seattle area voters approved $54 billion Sound Transit 3 proposition, which adds rapid bus service lanes and 64 miles of l... read more

(Slightly) faster light rail approved by Sound Transit

The $54 billion question is whether voters ... said there are many good projects that Sound Transit can't afford to build. He and other board members expressed reluctance to add provisional projects. ... read more

The South Seattle Neighborhood That Sound Transit Forgot

On November 8, Seattle-area voters will decide on the biggest ask any agency has ever put before them: Sound Transit’s $54 billion plan to ... Otherwise you can say that in order to protect that neigh... read more



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