The Roosevelt neighborhood is in the process of unprecedented change in transportation infrastructure, with Sound Transit scheduled to open the Roosevelt Light Rail station in late 2021. Recent years have also seen improved bike lane infrastructure, reconfiguration of bus stops and routes, and parking regulation changes – with a RapidRide line scheduled to open and offer additional public transit options to South Lake Union and downtown.

The Roosevelt Neighborhood Association (RNA) collaborates with the Seattle Department of Transportation, Sound Transit, Metro, and other public agencies to educate community members on transportation-related issues and inform policy decisions as the neighborhood changes. 

Get involved if you’re interested in helping Roosevelt develop into an efficient and varied transport hub so people can move to, from and around the neighborhood easily.