South 200th Link Extension
Angle Lake Station
- Alternatives development
- Environmental review & preliminary design
- Final design
- Testing & pre-operations
No events are scheduled
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: 1,100 parking spots are planned for the parking garage at Angle Lake Station.
Temporary closure of South 200th Street in SeaTac
Mar 4, 2014: Between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Saturday, March 8, all lanes will be closed on South 200th Street at the intersection of “little 28th Avenue South” in SeaTac.
Two overnight closures of South 182nd St. entrance for crane crossing
Jan 6, 2014: Two overnight closures of South 182nd St. entrance for crane crossing
Overnight closure of South 182nd Street entrance at Sea-Tac Int’l Airport
Dec 6, 2013: Overnight closure of South 182nd St. entrance for crane crossing