Federal Way Link Extension

Planning to bring Link light rail to Federal Way

Location

See a map of the corridor being studied for light rail alternatives from SeaTac to Federal Way. 

Project phases

Alternatives development
Environmental review & preliminary design
Final design
Construction
Testing & pre-operations

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Project highlights

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Link Light Rail

Overview:

The Federal Way Link Extension project will extend light rail from the future Angle Lake Station at South 200th in SeaTac, which is under construction, to Kent/Des Moines by 2023. The project also develops a shovel-ready plan for extending light rail to the Federal Way Transit Center when additional funding is secured. The corridor is about 7.6 miles long and parallels SR 99 and Interstate 5.

 

Phase:

Environmental review

Facts:

Milestone: The Sound Transit Board identified route and station alternatives for study in a draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) on September 26, 2013

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Latest news

Project update: Federal Way Link Extension
Mar 14, 2014: We're coming to your neighborhood. Spring 2014 event dates and times.

Potential alignments & stations to study in the Draft EIS
Nov 12, 2013: Potential alignments and stations to study in draft Environmental Impact Statement

Alternatives Analysis and EIS Scoping briefing book
Sep 9, 2013: Evaluation of alternatives to extend high capacity transit from the future Angle Lake light rail station on South 200th Street in SeaTac to the Federal Way Transit Center

SomTV introduction to Federal Way Transit Extension

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Wax ka ogoow qorshaha lagu balaarinayo gaadiidka SeaTac ilaa Federal Way iyo ka soo qeybgal qorshaha.

Riix halkaan si aad u daawato fiidiyoowga

(Translation: Learn about plans to extend transit from SeaTac to Federal Way and get involved in the process. Watch video)