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Located between 130th and 132nd Avenues Northeast at Northeast Spring Boulevard, this station includes 300 parking spaces and supports future transit oriented development in Bellevue's new Spring District neighborhood.
Travel time: BelRed to International District/Chinatown - 24 minutes
South Bellevue Station to Redmond Technology Center: 2024
South Bellevue Station to International District/Chinatown Station: 2025*
*February 2024 update:
In August 2023, the Sound Transit Board voted for a phased approach to opening the East Link Extension, beginning with providing 2 Line service between South Bellevue and Redmond Technology stations in spring 2024. The 2 Line, which is not affected by quality issues related to construction, ahead of the I-90 segment.
The remainder of East Link, that crosses I-90 and includes opening Judkins Park and Mercer Island Stations is expected to open in 2025.
PROJECT: Station Platform Balustrade
ARTIST: Patrick Marold (Denver, CO)
DESCRIPTION: Marold's artwork is the stainless steel guardrail that surrounds most of the station platform with a gentle, wandering line. This meandering gesture moves gradually up and down, drawn by an unseen hand. The reflection of light and shadows changes depending on the time of day or season of the year, creating a dynamic visual experience for those waiting for the train or simply passing through. Four benches will punctuate the guardrail, each made from colored glass layered with stainless steel and lit subtly from below.
Bellevue Downtown is a short, 5-minute ride from here.
The street-level station includes approximately 300 parking spaces and supports future transit oriented development in Bellevue’s new Spring District neighborhood.
Station platforms and awnings are coming into view.