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S. 200th Link Extension groundbreaking

April 26, 2013
11:00 am

It's time to celebrate!

19863 28th Avenue S., SeaTac
(South 200th Street and 28th Avenue South)

Please join the Sound Transit Board and special guest U.S. Senator Patty Murray to celebrate the start of construction for Link light rail service to the new Angle Lake Station in SeaTac. Come learn about the construction schedule, view 3D animations of the project, and see the latest station and public art designs. Attendees are advised to wear sturdy footwear.

The S. 200th Link Extension includes a 1.6-mile elevated guideway and station along with garage parking, bicycle and pedestrian improvements, a plaza area and public art. Service is scheduled to begin in late 2016, at the same time as service begins to the University of Washington.

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This event is made possible thanks to the generous support of HDR Inc., PCL Civil Constructors, Parsons Brinckerhoff and VIA Architecture.

Getting there

The event will be held at the corner of S. 200th St. and 28th Ave. S., one block west of International Blvd.

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Updated parking and driving directions:
From I-5 South, take Exit 151 for Military Road S./S. 200th St. and merge onto S. 200th heading west. From I-5 North, take Exit 151, turn left onto Military Road, then another left onto S. 200th heading west.

Cross both International Blvd. and 28th Ave. S., then turn right at the next light onto 26th Ave S. Follow that around the bend, then make a hard right onto 28th Ave S. which will be open to southbound traffic only. Look for signs and parking attendants directing you to event parking.

Transit option: King County Metro's RapidRide A serves International Blvd. with a stop at S. 200th, one block east of the event. RapidRide A is an easy transfer from Link light rail at Tukwila International Blvd. Station.
Plan your trip online

To request accommodations for persons with disabilities, call 1-800-201-4900/TTY Relay: 711 or email

Funding partners:  Sound Transit, Federal Transit Administration, Puget Sound Regional Council and Washington State Department of Transportation

Planning partners: City of SeaTac, Port of Seattle

Station illustration: Angle Lake Station 50 percent design (PCL, HDR, VIA Architecture). "Cloud" concept -- Laura Haddad, artist