Final decisions about the project are expected next year. People who live and work in Chinatown-International District say it is all happening too fast.
SEATTLE — On Friday afternoon, a Sound Transit committee held a special workshop to discuss the multi-billion-dollar project that plans to provide light rail connections between West Seattle and Ballard.
But people who live and work in Seattle’s Chinatown-International District, a neighborhood caught in the middle, are raising concerns about how the construction and design could impact them.
Final decisions about the project are expected next year. The people that could be most impacted say it is all happening too
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