If you've traveled on I-90 in Seattle recently, you've seen the amazing progress made at Judkins Park Station.
The station is one of 10 under construction as part of the 14-mile East Link Extension, which will bring light rail to the Eastside connecting Seattle, Mercer Island, Bellevue and Redmond!
We hit a milestone on the project recently with live wire testing of trains through Bellevue, and we know what you're going to ask: when will we run trains over the floating bridge?!
We'll keep you posted on that and other schedule updates, but in the meantime, enjoy some fresh pics of the extension.
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While the concrete delivery strike, as well as other challenges have caused a cumulative impact on the project schedule, we are currently doing a thorough risk assessment to provide an updated opening schedule later this summer. No new dates have been announced, however we do expect the project to face some delays beyond its original mid-2023 opening date.
More stories on transit construction
Hopefully this isn't the first time you've run across our continuing coverage of these transit projects.
Check out our past stories for more action shots and information on new stations, new art and more.