One of these things is not like the others; Sound Transit BRT doesn't belong

The one of these things which just doesn’t belong here is the Sound Transit bus.

Three of these images were taken on the Cross Kirkland Trail and adjacent park. They are photos of signs reading "Certified Wildlife Habitat," "Another Future Healthy Forest," and "Environmentally Sensitive Area." The one of these things which just doesn't belong here is the Sound Transit bus.

One of these things is not like the others,
One of these things just doesn't belong,
Can you tell which thing is not like the others,
By the time I finish my song?

Three of these things belong together,
Three of these things are kinda the same,
But one of these thing just doesn't belong here,
Can you guess which one by the time I finish my song?

-- Sesame Street

Of course, we are having some fun at the expense of the Kirkland City Council, who, in their infinite wisdom, want to put buses on the Cross Kirkland Trail.

But buses just don't belong there. Buses belong on I-405.

I guess the Kirkland City Council never grew up watching Sesame Street. That's too bad. If they had, they would have learned some valuable lessons as well as this snappy tune.

Come and play
Everything's a-okay
Family neighbors friends
That's where we meet
Can you tell me how to get
How to get to Sesame Street.

For the Sesame Street fans among us, here is a trip down memory lane:

Note: The Certified Wildlife Habitat sign is at the entrance to Cotton Hill Park which is adjacent to the CKT and a substantial portion of the park would be paved over if BRT is permitted.