The Seattle Times Transportation section covers topics such as Bertha and the Highway 99 tunnel project to replace the Alaskan Way viaduct; the Highway 520 floating bridge replacement; Washington state Department of Transportation (WSDOT); Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT); King County Metro; Sounder trains and Link light rail; and roads, bridges, cars, bicycles, buses and pedestrians.

Transit tourism: Explore Seattle by Link light rail

  The link light rail Seatac/Airport station  opens December 19.  The station provides a direct pedestrian connection to the airport terminal–about 1,000 feet or a four-minute walk away.

It’s urban, suburban and industrial. At just over 20 miles long, Sound Transit’s Link light rail connects more than a dozen diverse communities with 16 stations in King County.

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