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[Video] Sound Transit's University Link Launch Teaser
Sound Transit allowing buskers in Capitol Hill, U. of Washington stations
Sound Transit to pay university $43M to move labs, offices
New Sound Transit light rail stations close to completion
Sound Transit light rail extension opening in March, $150M under budget
[Video] University Link light rail train testing

[Video] University Link light rail train testing

A light rail train makes a test run from Capitol Hill Station to the University of Washington Station as part of the first phase of train testing for the University Link light rail extension from downtown Seattle to UW. The 3.1-mile underground extension opens in early 2016, ahead of schedule and $150 million under budget.

June 25, 2015

Seattle's rail extension to U. of Washington opening in March
Sound Transit's light rail expanded to U. of Wash., Capitol Hill
Sound Transit completes first phase of University Link testing

Sound Transit completes first phase of University Link testing

Over the past several months Sound Transit contractors have installed and tested new power, safety, train control and communications systems in most of the 3.1 miles of tunnels between Westlake Station in downtown Seattle and the University of Washington.

June 25, 2015

Seattle's Sound Transit 2014 ridership up

Seattle's Sound Transit 2014 ridership up

It was the busiest first three months of the year in Sound Transit history. Link light rail ridership grew 15%, with 2.3 million first quarter boardings and an average of almost 30,000 on weekdays.

May 27, 2014

Light rail extension to south of Seattle links downtown, university

Light rail extension to south of Seattle links downtown, university

The 1.6-mile South 200th Link Extension to Angle Street Station in the Seattle suburb of SeaTac connects Sound Transit travelers to the existing 18.8-mile Link light rail that runs north to Seattle-Tacoma Airport, the city’s downtown, Capitol Hill and the University of Washington.

December 21, 2016

U. of Wash. bracing for bus system redesign, increased U-Pass fee
Siemens, Ballard to develop fuel-cell drive for trains

Siemens, Ballard to develop fuel-cell drive for trains

The German Federal Ministry for Transportation and Digital Infrastructure will support Siemens and RWTH Aachen with project funding of roughly $14 million as part of the Ministry’s “National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology Innovation Program.”

February 26, 2018

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