Northgate Link Extension
No events are scheduled
- Jan 13, 2017: Night work at NE 100th and 103rd Streets
- Dec 29, 2016: Night work on 1st Avenue NE ahead of Northgate Station construction
- Dec 22, 2016: Northgate plant salvage coming up
- Nov 30, 2016: Reminder: parking changes at Northgate Transit Center Park-and-Ride
- Link light rail
Start of service:
Open for service: 2021
Northgate Link Extension will connect the Northgate, Roosevelt and U District neighborhoods to downtown Seattle and the airport. Fast, reliable service will provide relief to one of the region's most congested traffic areas.
Length: 4.3 miles
Ride time: 14 minutes from Northgate to downtown
Budget: $1.9 billion
Construction type: tunnel, elevated and surface
Funding partners: Construction funding is combination of federal grants, motor vehicle excise tax (MVET) and local sales tax
- Seattle Area
- Night work at NE 100th and 103rd StreetsJan 13, 2017: Sound Transit's contractor will install a temporary construction site water conveyance system beneath the 100th and 103rd Street ...
- Jan 12, 2017
- Night work on 1st Avenue NE ahead of Northgate Station constructionDec 29, 2016: Sound Transit's contractor will restripe 1st Ave NE, and set up traffic barriers at night ahead of the of work on the Northgate Station in mid-January.
- Northgate plant salvage coming upDec 22, 2016: Looking for small shrubs or trees for your property? As part of our commitment to sustainability, Sound Transit is hosting a plant salvage event on Saturday, Jan., 7 at the site of the future Northgate Station.
- Northbound lane closure on Montlake Blvd NE between NE Pacific Street and PlaceDec 20, 2016: As early as Wednesday, Dec. 21, Sound Transit's contractors will begin work to decommission four dewatering wells.