A look through the Historic Chinatown Gate shows the International District/Chinatown Link Lightrail Station, Thursday, May 16, 2019 in Seattle. Residents and leaders are ambivalent or undecided about how to add a second subway station and tunnel here for ST3, but the gate could be incorporated into future plans.  (Ken Lambert / The Seattle Times)
A look through the Historic Chinatown Gate shows the International District/Chinatown Link Lightrail Station, Thursday, May 16, 2019 in Seattle. Residents and leaders are ambivalent or undecided about how to add a second subway station and tunnel here for ST3, but the gate could be incorporated into future plans. (Ken Lambert / The Seattle Times)

Chinatown International District wary of Sound Transit plans for a second light-rail station there

It's no easy task to reassure people everything will be OK when Sound Transit builds another light-rail station to boost rider capacity by 2035, alongside the existing International District/Chinatown Station.  VIEW

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