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Puyallup Station Access Improvements

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Sound Transit is improving access to Puyallup Station for drivers, pedestrians, bicyclists and bus riders, including construction of a garage adding approximately 500 new parking spaces, new surface parking with approximately 165 spaces, and sidewalk and bicycle enhancements.

The Sounder South commuter rail line runs 13 round trips between Tacoma Dome and King Street Station in Seattle, eight of which serve South Tacoma and Lakewood. Sounder also runs special service to select Seahawks, Sounder and Mariners games. The growing popularity of Sounder means parking at the current Puyallup lot fills up early every weekday.

Puyallup Access Improvements map
Map of project area (click/tap to view larger version).

Catch a Lyft to/from the station

Looking for another way to get to Puyallup Station today? Pierce Transit is partnering with Lyft to offer free rides to and from the station from specific locations. Learn more on the Pierce Transit website.

 

Sound Transit is contributing $3.4 million to the city of Puyallup for street lighting, curb ramps, and other pedestrian safety improvements near the station, as well as new bicycle lanes on West Stewart Avenue.

Traffic improvements

Traffic flow will improve with a new signal at 7th Street Northwest and West Stewart Avenue and a new right-turn lane from West Stewart Avenue to southbound North Meridian.