SAN FRANCISCO - Sound Transit, the Seattle-area regional transit operator, is making plans to return to voters to ask for a slimmed-down - but still sizable - expansion plan that would be financed with increased sales taxes.

The agency's goal is to create a "faster and lower-cost package" than that rejected by the region's voters last November.

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