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The Sound Transit board yesterday approved a plan to speed up light-rail extensions by two to five years and add new projects in Seattle, Renton and Kirkland.The plan changes the upcoming Sound Transit 3 (ST3) ballot initiative, which would increase taxes to pay for transit expansions. Under the new changes, the agency will build a total 62 miles of new light rail, marking an increase from an earlier proposal to expand the light-rail system by 58 miles.
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