Take Sound Transit to Safeco Field

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Making it to the big leagues and Safeco Field is easy with Sound Transit's "Home Run Service" and ST Express regional bus service. Beginning this Sunday April 9, Sounder trains will feature special service to Saturday and Sunday afternoon Mariners games throughout the season. Trains run northbound from Tacoma and southbound from Everett, with stops along the way.

 

ST Express buses provide convenient service to all Mariners home games from most major cities and neighborhoods in the region.

"Sound Transit offers hassle-free options for Mariners fans," said Sound Transit Board Chair and Pierce County Executive John Ladenburg. "Baseball fans can avoid the Safeco Field traffic and the cost of parking by taking Sounder for Saturday and Sunday day games or ST Express buses for any day or night game."

"We're pleased to partner again with Sound Transit on the Sounder Home Run service.  We know that a lot of our fans travel to the ballpark from outside the Seattle area and this service, along with ST Express buses, makes their trip to and from the ballpark that much easier," said Howard Lincoln, Mariners Chairman and CEO.

Sounder's Home Run Service will depart from Tacoma at 11 a.m. and make stops at Puyallup, Sumner, Auburn, Kent and Tukwila on the way to a noon arrival at Seattle's King Street Station. In the north corridor, the Home Run Service train will depart from Everett Station at 11:15 a.m. with a stop at Edmonds Station before arriving at King Street Station at 12:14 p.m. For the return trip, both trains will depart King Street Station 30 minutes after the end of the ball game.

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