Sound Transit is bringing new technology to the University of Washington campus.
Link light rail service will temporarily single-track between Tukwila International Boulevard and Rainer Beach stations Sept. 11 and 12
Sound Transit will be replacing rail on a section of its line this weekend.
BNSF is now confirming it will build a second line of tracks in Edmonds, Wash., in 2023.
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Sound Transit believes you have to spend money to save money.
Sound Transit crews working on the Federal Way Link Extension have reopened South 216th Street in Des Moines.
A look at the top stories RT&S was following the week ending Aug. 20.
Link light rail service will temporarily single-track between Tukwila International Boulevard and Rainier Beach stations Aug. 21 and 22
Due to scheduled rail replacement, Link light rail will experience service disruptions between Tukwila International Boulevard station and Rainier Beach station late evening Saturday, Aug. 21 and all day Sunday, Aug. 22.
Last week, U.S. Transportation Deputy Secretary Polly Trottenberg led a news conference in Redmond to announce that U.S. DOT will approve expanded financing assistance for Sound Transit that will create more than $500 million in savings for regional taxpayers.
Sound Transit will open three new stations this fall, and testing of the new line is at a fever pitch. Below is a story prepared by Sound Transit’s Zee Shaner about the new line and preparations.