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Roosevelt residents learned about the possibilities of transit-oriented development around the future light rail station, at a Jan. 12 open house held at Roosevelt High School. | Photo by Daniel Nash
Roosevelt residents learned about the possibilities of transit-oriented development around the future light rail station, at a Jan. 12 open house held at Roosevelt High School. | Photo by Daniel Nash
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Tuesday, February 21, 2017 5:04 PM
As Sound Transit continues construction of the Northgate extension and the other extensions to light rail lines set to open in 2021, the agency is preparing to figure out what the areas around its stations should look like.
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