Help Sound Transit narrow alternatives and station location options for the Tacoma Dome Link Extension project

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At open houses last spring, Sound Transit's project team listened to your ideas and developed alternatives based on station location suggestions. Help the TDLE team fine-tune your feedback as we:

Determine which route and station alternatives to study further for the light rail route and station locations at South Federal Way, Fife, East Tacoma and Tacoma Dome areas.

Evaluate potential sites between Kent and Tacoma for a new operations and maintenance facility.

Your input is crucial to the development of the 9.7-mile Tacoma Dome Link Extension light rail service, which will connect Pierce County and South King County with the regional network. Visit an in-person or online open house between now and Sept. 21.

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Share your thoughts in person!

Attend an open house (6 – 8 p.m.) to learn more about the alternatives, speak to a Sound Transit representative and provide your comment. Join us!

Federal Way
Tuesday, Sept. 11
Federal Way Performing Arts and Event Center
31510 Pete von Reichbauer Way S.
Take Transit: 179, 181, 182, 183, 187, 193, 197, 402, 500, 501, 574, 577, 578, 901, 902, A Line

Wednesday, Sept. 12
Fife High School
5616 20th St. E.
Take Transit: 501

Wednesday, Sept. 19
Best Western Plus Tacoma Dome Hotel
2611 E. E Street
Take Transit: This location is one block south of Tacoma Dome Station, with bus, Sounder and Tacoma Link connections

Additionally, you can:

  • Email us
  • Mail comments to:
    Tacoma Dome Link Extension Project
    c/o Sagar Ramachandra
    Sound Transit
    401 Jackson St.
    Seattle, WA 98104-2826
  • Call us: 206-903-7118

More about TDLE

As a reminder, the voter-approved system expansion extends regional light rail from Federal Way Transit Center to the Tacoma Dome Station area, with four stations at South Federal Way, Fife, East Tacoma and Tacoma Dome. Door-to-door, this project will mean 35 minutes from Tacoma Dome to SeaTac Airport; light rail will allow you to reliably fly through traffic. Light rail operations are expected to begin in 2030.

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