Mukilteo Station South Platform

Sounder commuter rail service started at Mukilteo Station in June 2008, operating from a single platform on the north side of the tracks with interim parking and shelters for commuters.

The next phase of the project is underway and includes a second platform on the south side of the tracks, a pedestrian bridge over the tracks connecting the two platforms, permanent passenger shelters and public art.


Location: Adjacent to First Street and east of SR 525/Mukilteo Speedway, along the existing rail tracks
Construction begins January 2014, completion expected early 2015
Final design completed, December 2012
Consultants and contractors:
AECOM/HNTB preliminary engineering & final design, C. A. Carey for construction, KBA for construction management and Linda Beaumont, public art
Funding partners:
Federal Transit Administration
Planning partners:
City of Mukilteo, BNSF, Port of Everett and Washington State Ferries


Outreach staff

Roger Iwata Roger Iwata
Title: North Corridor Community Outreach Lead
Office Phone: 206-689-4904
Email Address:

Latest news

Construction update: Mukilteo Station South Platform
Apr 30, 2015: Tactile Warning Strips and Welcome Mats installed; pedestrian bridge, elevators, railings, electrical work, finishes and storefronts still underway

Construction update: Mukilteo Station South Platform
Mar 27, 2015: Pavers, Tactile Warning Strips and Welcome Mats being installed; North Platform Electrical Room being completed; Railings being fabricated; Elevators being constructed; Information about the Mount Baker Rail Crossing project