South 200th Link Extension
No events are scheduled
- Jan 19, 2016: New temporary traffic signal on S. 200th Street near Des Moines Creek
- Nov 10, 2015: Project update: South 200th Link Extension
- Link light rail
Start of service:
Expected late 2016
Construction has begun to extend Link light rail from the current Sea-Tac Airport station to South 200th Street in the City of SeaTac. When completed, riders will enjoy frequent, reliable service from Angle Lake Station to the airport, downtown Seattle and the University of Washington (start of service also expected in 2016).
Construction began: May 2013
Length/distance: 1.6 miles from Sea-Tac Airport to South 200th Street
Rider projection: 5,400 daily riders coming and going from Angle Lake Station by 2018
Budget: $383 million
Funding partners: FTA, TIGER III grant funding, PSRC, WSDOT
Planning partners: City of SeaTac and Port of Seattle
Parking: 1,050 parking spots are planned for the parking garage at Angle Lake Station.
- South Sound
- New temporary traffic signal on S. 200th Street near Des Moines CreekJan 19, 2016: Beginning as early as Monday, Jan.
- Roadway restoration continues along S 200th Street Dec 22, 2015: Crews building the Angle Lake Station are restoring S 200th Street between 26th Avenue S and International Boulevard. Crews will begin working on the north side of the road as early as Monday, Dec. 28.
- Project update: South 200th Link Extension Nov 10, 2015: S 200th Link Extension and Angle Lake Station construction continues this fall/winterRoad workThis fall/winter, crews will insta