More Seattle Monorail Information
Oct 24 2005, 11:43 PM
Joined: 24-July 05
Member No.: 1
October 24, 2005
Information Pamphlet Available
In September 2005, the Seattle Monorail Project Board of Directors approved placing two ballot measures before the voters this November. SMP has prepared an information pamphlet describing Proposition 1 and Proposition 2.
The first measure (Proposition 1) would modify the 2002 Seattle Popular Monorail Plan, authorizing an initial monorail phase of 10 miles and 12 stations. Phasing would save over $330 million from the original plan, resulting in an estimated project cost of $1.7 billion. The second measure (Proposition 2) would provide for a majority of the Board to be elected rather than appointed. These materials have been prepared, consistent with Public Disclosure Commission guidelines, to inform the general public about factual issues relevant to these propositions. They are not intended to influence voters to support or oppose either measure.
In addition to a new project description, the pamphlet also covers the new Finance Plan and the effect of phased construction on project operations and the proposed design, build, operate, and maintain contracts. You can download or read a copy online at http://www.elevated.org/_downloads/project...der_Version.pdf
These materials will also be distributed in public locations throughout the city.
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Monorail Meetings, Events, Public Comments
Here's the schedule for the next round of meetings and events where you can get more information about the Seattle Monorail Project, learn more about the future of transportation in Seattle, or share your aspirations if you want. We encourage you to attend.
TONIGHT ** Special Date & Time **
October 24, 2005 5:30 PM
Seattle Monorail Project Board Meeting
Seattle Monorail Project Meeting Room
The Securities Building, 4th Avenue Entrance, 1913 4th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101
October 27, 2005 11:30 AM
2401 Utah Ave S
Seattle, WA 98105
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WANT MORE INFORMATION?
If you have a question about the Seattle Monorail, click here to send an e-mail to us and we’ll find the answer for you.
Want to help? We’d love to have you join the team of volunteers who help the Seattle Monorail Project at community festivals and events to share news and information about the Monorail. Simply contact Sanna at Sanna@elevated.org to get started.
Want even more info? For all kinds of descriptions, Frequently Asked Questions (with answers!), technical documents, diagrams and more about the Seattle Monorail, go to www.elevated.org.
Aug 15 2011, 03:33 AM
Joined: 15-August 11
Member No.: 1,087
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