EAST ALASKA JUNCTION

NEIGHBORHOOD COALITION

Urgent Action!

On Thursday, May 23rd the Sound Transit Board will vote on which light rail alternatives to carry forward into the Environmental Impact Study (EIS). This is the last formal public comment opportunity for over a year. We urge all West Seattle residents to attend the meeting and make a public statement. [see the calendar below for time and location info]

Prior to the meeting, please contact the Sound Transit Board members and urge them to support well-planned transportation in West Seattle and remove the Yellow/Orange line from all further consideration. [contact info can be found in the link to the right]

Welcome to the East Alaska Junction Neighborhood Coalition.

We are local residents advocating for well-planned transportation in West Seattle. We support and look forward to the arrival of a new Link Light rail extension in our area but have concerns about the proposed plans and their impacts on the East Alaska Junction area. If you are a Junction resident with similar concerns, please consider supporting this vibrant community by joining our group and helping to influence the planning of future Light Rail in West Seattle.

Upcoming Events

Top News

May 23, 2019 - Sound Transit Board 'VOTE'

The full Sound Transit Board will identify a preferred alternative and other alternatives to study in the EIS. This meeting is open to the public and will include a verbal comment period.

1:30pm – 4:00pm | Union Station, Ruth Fisher Boardroom

Top Press

April 7, 2019 - West Seattle Blog SWDC Spotlight

EAJ coalition members attended the SW District Council meeting on April 3, 2019 and discussed ways to collaborate in the future on transit as well as broader issues. Link to article here.

April 1, 2019 - Seattle Times Feature

EAJ Coalition members were interviewed and featured in a piece by transportation reporter, Mike Lindblom. Link to article here.

March 10, 2019 - West Seattle Blog Interview

Representatives of the EAJ Neighborhood Group were interviewed by the West Seattle Blog. Check out the article here.