Link light rail service will temporarily single-track at Mt. Baker and Beacon Hill stations late evening July 10
Northbound platforms will be closed starting at 10:30 p.m.
Due to a planned maintenance, Link light rail will be single-tracking at the Mt. Baker Station and the Beacon Hill Station starting at 10:30 p.m. Saturday, July 10 until the end of service.
During this time, the northbound platforms at both stations will be closed. The southbound platform will be used for both northbound and southbound travel. Passengers should be aware of the direction of the trains arriving at the stations, as that will be the direction in which the trains will continue. Normal service will be restored at the stations at the start of morning service on July 11.
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