CATS to Host Public Meetings during Second Round of LYNX Silver Line Project Engagement
The LYNX Silver Line light rail project has entered the Pre-Project Development phase. The project team is currently making refinements to the proposed light rail alignment, also known as the locally preferred alternative (LPA). CATS will present several refined LYNX Silver Line alignment options to the public starting Tuesday, September 15 when CATS will kick-off a series of live virtual public meetings. Each meeting will include a presentation and Q&A session with the project team. The 26-mile alignment has been sectioned into six focus areas.
The LYNX Silver Line Project has also entered into Early Scoping, a Federal Transit Administration (FTA) public planning period that allows the public to provide comment on a project before entering a formal National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) process. From August 31 – October 14, all public comments on the LYNX Silver Line project will be registered with the FTA and will help the LYNX Silver Line team make project development decisions that will refine the alignment.
For more information on upcoming live virtual public meetings and to provide public input, visit RideTransit.org/LYNXSilverLine.