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U. of Washington light rail plan unveiled

Posted on January 24, 2011

[IMAGE]Sound-Transit-UofW-station-rendering-2.jpg[/IMAGE]SEATTLE — Sound Transit unveiled its plan for the University of Washington (UW) light-rail station that is under construction adjacent to Husky Stadium. The University Link, as the connection between downtown and the campus is known, is slated for completion by 2016 and will feature a direct route to the airport. UW commuters will be able to use their U-PASS to ride the light rail, according to The Daily of the University of Washington.

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