The BelRed/130th Station (formerly identified as the 130th Avenue Northeast Station) serves an area planned for transition into a dense, urban, largely residential community with an active retail “main” street along 130th Avenue, a restored Goff Creek corridor and an art district focused on arts making, education and development.
A station area planning process was completed and resulted in a 2012 report on the 130th Avenue Northeast light rail station. Station area planning helped to identify the future character of the area and how to better integrate light rail into surrounding neighborhoods.
The station will be at-grade in the center of a new Northeast 16th Street between 130th and 132nd avenues, and will include park-and-ride parking for about 300 cars. Fact Sheet
For more information, contact Mike Kattermann (firstname.lastname@example.org, 425-452-2042).
450 110th Ave. N.E.
P.O. Box 90012
Bellevue, WA 98009
Contact: Marie Jensen