Yes, a Community Transit Center just south of Jack Block park, would be a major improvement. There is room for well over 1500 parking spaces.
Look at the site with Google Earth. Most is owned by the city and the port. As is Pier 1.
If tunneling is chosen by Sound Transit, this location would reduce tunneling by 50%.
I could park at a safe location and bike or walk around the beach, then get on either the Water Taxi (new location at Jack Block Park) or Light rail and see the game.
Question, why hasn’t Seattle done anything with Pier 1. Its a total garbage dump. I thought there were Shoreline regulations prohibiting this kind of waste.
Look at it with Google Earth. That’s West Seattle too.