Transit Talks are quarterly forums on hot-button transportation issues in the
Puget Sound region.

Event start:
June 20, 2019 06:00 PM
Event end:
June 20, 2019 08:00 PM

University Heights Center: 5031 University Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105

UHC is within a block radius of the folowing bus routes: 45, 70, 71, 73, 373, 542, 556

Parking: Parking is available on site.

Accesibility: The building does not have ramp access and there are approximately 5 steps get into the main entrance. The auditorium is located on the second floor and there is a wheelchair lift available with a weight capacity of 250lbs. Please contact if you need additional help entering the building.



Join us for our community Transit Talk in the U-District this June! In this panel discussion, agency and non-profit leaders will discuss the shifting approaches to Fare Enforcement and inclusivity on transit.

Come early and enjoy bahn mi sandwiches from Sizzle and Crunch!

Featured Panelists:

  • Abel Pacheco, Seattle City Councilmember, District 4
  • Rhonda Carter, Chief of Staff, Sound Transit
  • Alison Eisinger, Executive Director, Seattle/King County Coalition on Homelessness
  • Cathy Jimenez, Fare Enforcement Program Manager, King County Metro
  • Eli Steffen, Metro Bus Driver, Artist & Community Organizer

Moderator: Laura Lee Sturm, Program Coordinator, U-District Let’s Go!


5:30: Doors Open, Food Served

6:00: Welcome & Introductions

6:15: Moderated Panel Discussion

7:15: Audience Questions

7:45: Wrap Up



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Transit Talks are brought to you through the support of community donors, corporate partners, and members. Thank you!

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Founded in 1993, Transportation Choices is a statewide policy and advocacy nonprofit dedicated to bringing Washingtonians more and better transportation choices. We work hard to preserve and expand access to public transit and active transportation options across the state. In addition to our work to preserve and expand transportation options, Transportation Choices also offers education and outreach programs to encourage Washingtonians to choose alternatives to driving alone. TCC is the organizer of this Transit Talk