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Eastrail Regional Advisory Council

The Eastrail will be an uninterrupted 42-mile trail that will connect the Eastside like never before and provide the communities of Renton, Bellevue, Kirkland, Woodinville, Snohomish, and Redmond with new opportunities for non-motorized recreation and transportation. The Eastrail is owned and managed by King County, the cities of Kirkland and Redmond, Sound Transit, and Puget Sound Energy. These owners work together through the Regional Advisory Council (RAC) to maintain a collaborative, regional planning process for Eastrail. The owners’ goal is to achieve connectivity and maximize public benefit and enjoyment throughout the corridor. Learn more about the Eastrail



Sarah Perry, King County Councilmember
Jay Arnold, City of Kirkland, Deputy Mayor


Claudia Balducci, King County Council Chair
Don Billen, Sound Transit Director of the Office of Capital Project Development
Michelle Evans, City of Woodinville Councilmember
Vicky Clarke, Eastside Greenway Alliance
Ryan McIrvin, City of Renton Councilmember
Reagan Dunn, King County Councilmember
Jessica Forsythe, City of Redmond Councilmember
Matt Larson, Puget Sound Energy, Local Government Affairs & Public Policy Manager
John Stokes, City of Bellevue Councilmember
Tom Teigen, Snohomish County Conservation and Natural Resources Director
John Taylor, King County Director of Natural Resources and Parks (representing Dow Constantine, King County Executive)