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University Link added 65% to light rail ridership and continues breaking single-day ridership records in April! We had two 82K ridership days and weekday averages are an estimated 58K (even without the two BIG days).

And we're moving you faster than expected between UW and downtown Seattle. What we estimated would be an eight-minute trip is actually clocking in at six minutes.
Read all about it here: http://bit.ly/1OQrWD1
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How to use an ORCA card

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Highlights from Sound Transit’s University Link Launch Day celebration. New light rail stations at Capitol Hill and the University of Washington in Seattle opened March 19, 2106.

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2016 is a huge year for our Puget Sound region's commuters as Sound Transit delivers several big milestones. Highlights include opening Link light rail service to Capitol Hill and University of Washington stations in Seattle and to Angle Lake Station in SeaTac; starting construction on East Link; completing tunnels for light rail service to Northgate; adding another Sounder trip between Seattle and Lakewood and more...

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Watch as Ellen Forney’s “Crossed Pinkies” mural is installed in the north entry of the Capitol Hill light rail station. The Capitol Hill Station opens early next year!

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With a million more neighbors headed our way – where should transit go next? Survey: http://soundtransit3.org/survey

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Next stop: Lynnwood! Yesterday the ST Board of Directors selected the final route and station locations for light rail to Lynnwood.
How does 28 minutes from Lynnwood to downtown Seattle sound?
Check out the newest route map and station locations. 

http://www.soundtransit.org/Projects-and-Plans/Lynnwood-Link-Extension/Location-and-stations---Lynnwood-Link-Ext 

In addition to the four new stations, the tracks will be built to add future stations at Northeast 130th Street in Seattle and 220th Street Southwest in Mountlake Terrace without disrupting service. It's an important step to be able to quickly accomodate future growth in those areas.
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