Sound Transit has evaluated more than 50 potential improvements to make it easier to get to Edmonds and Mukilteo Sounder stations. These may include additional parking; better walking, biking and transit connections; and convenient pickup and drop-off areas. Twenty-five of these potential improvements are recommended for further study.
About Sounder North
Sounder commuter rail gives south Snohomish County residents a dependable, congestion-free commute to and from Seattle. Four round-trip trains run every weekday between Everett and Seattle with stops in Mukilteo and Edmonds. In addition, Sounder runs special service to select weekend Mariners, Sounders FC and Seahawks games. See upcoming schedule on the event calendar page.
Options for getting to the station today
- Reserved permit parking options available at Edmonds and Mukilteo stations. Sign up or get more information.
- Edmonds satellite lot: Additional Sounder parking is now available at Edmonds United Methodist Church, 828 Caspers Street. This satellite lot is a nice waterfront walk away from Edmonds Station or a short bus ride (Community Transit Route 196). In addition, the Edmonds Park and Ride (21300 72nd Ave W) also connects to the station through Community Transit route 116.
- Vanpool to transit: Community Transit has a new Vanpool option – share a ride to a transit station and enjoy reserved parking. For more information or to express interest in a vanpool, visit Community Transit.
- Amtrak RailPlus: Edmonds riders with monthly ORCA passes can access additional trips on Amtrak through the RailPlus program. Visit the Sounder train fares page for more information and instructions.