Capitol Hill station
The underground Capitol Hill Station will be built just east of Broadway Avenue and south of East John Street, beneath Nagle Place and adjoining properties. This station will serve the densely populated neighborhood and business district, as well as Seattle Central Community College, Group Health Medical Center and other nearby employers.
Service begins: Expected 2016
Rider projection: By 2030, 14,000 riders will board daily at Capitol Hill Station
Fact: During demolition 2,890 tons of bricks, wood, metal and other building materials were recycled instead of going into a landfill
Capitol Hill latest news
Construction alert: Capitol Hill Station
Apr 16, 2013: Potential noise impacts at Capitol Hill Station
University Link light rail project update - March/April 2013
Apr 4, 2013: Charging ahead to 2016; art update for the University of Washington Station ; reminder: Montlake Blvd. weekend traffic impacts
University Link light rail project update - January/February 2013
Feb 19, 2013: Capitol Hill Station marks milestone; station walls on the rise; thank you Montlake!
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