Sound transit certified for embracing international environmental standards

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In the early 1990s, the Washington State Legislature authorized three counties to create a single agency - The Central Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority (Sound Transit) - to plan, build and operate a high-capacity transit system within the region's most heavily traveled corridors. In 1996, voters approved the plan and taxes to fund it.

Sound Transit Numbers

• Provides transportation choices to nearly 3 million people.
• Regional express buses, commuter trains and light rail carry about 50,000 riders each working day.
• In 2007, nearly14 million journeys were provided, representing an increase of 12.3% over the previous year, which is around 6 times the U.S. national increase in public transport usage

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