A Light Rail Station Brings Greater Accessibility to Seattle Commuters
“Located 85 feet below street level, the latest station in Seattle Sound Transit’s Link light rail system—the country’s first major carbon-free rail network—is poised to unlock a new measure of accessibility for the city’s ballooning population. Designed by Seattle-based LMN Architects in collaboration with McMillen Jacobs Associates, the U District station, west of the University of Washington’s campus, is the first of three stops on Link light rail’s recently launched 4.3-mile extension.”
— Lauren Gallow
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