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Eastside Rail Corridor

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Regional Advisory Council
Eastside Rail Corridor

2014: Regional Planning Continues. The Eastside Rail Corridor Regional Advisory Council (RAC) was created to plan how the owners of the Eastside Rail Corridor can develop a coordinated vision for the future of the Eastside Rail Corridor (ERC). The RAC met during 2013 and developed a report summarizing recommendations from the first phase of the planning effort. The RAC’s work will continue during 2014.
  • Download 2014 RAC meeting materials and agendas
  • Contact the ERC Advisory Council by sharing a comment or adding your email to the RAC’s mailing list (form at right).
2013: RAC approves report on Eastside Rail Corridor. On October 29, 2013, the Eastside Rail Corridor Regional Advisory Council (RAC) gave its unanimous approval of a report affirming cooperation on future uses of the corridor. The report provides a summary of the RAC’s work to date, and calls for continued collaboration between the owners of the rail corridor.

· Learn more about the report and the RAC’s work to date
· Read the RAC’s report
· 2013 RAC meeting materials and agendas

RAC Partners: Learn more about the regional partners’ efforts:
City of Redmond: Redmond Central Connector
City of Kirkland: Cross Kirkland Corridor
Sound Transit: East Link, Long-Range Plan update
Puget Sound Energy: Energize Eastside
King County: Master Trail Planning



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To learn more about management and maintenance of the corridor, or to become involved in planning for a future trail, please contact King County Parks staff at ERCtrail@kingcounty.gov