LYNX Silver Line Project Status
In January 2020, CATS began refining the LYNX Silver Line Locally Preferred Alternative (LPA) to maximize benefits and minimize risks. CATS considered many factors during the refinement process, including:
Feedback from the public, resource agencies, and other key stakeholders.
On April 28, 2021, CATS' policy board, the Metropolitan Transit Commission (MTC), approved the refined LPA. With a newly adopted alignment, staff will continue to move the project forward into more detailed design and environmental review. Visit the April 2021 refined LPA Online Open House to learn more. Public engagement will continue as the project develops.
CATS conducted extensive public engagement, including online open houses, live virtual public meetings, neighborhood meetings, and surveys. To view previous project materials and watch meeting recordings, click on the
Silver Line Project Library on the right side of this page.
As the light rail design and environmental work continues, the
Transit Oriented Development (TOD) study begins, including public engagement related to the LYNX Silver Line station area planning effort. Visit the
Transit Oriented Development (TOD) study page to learn more.