"Tree," a three-part installation by Clark Wiegman at Federal Way Transit Center
Permanent public art
Have you noticed cool and interesting art when riding Sound Transit buses and trains? Wonder what it's all about? Because Sound Transit is committed to the communities where it builds and operates, construction dollars for every project are set aside for public art.
STart, the Sound Transit art program, has created more than 80 permanent works of art for its stations, transit centers and HOV ramps. Art of all types enhances your experience. Art can consist of large sculptures at stations or part of the functional parts of a station. Fine art photography records the heroic effort of building a new transit system.