Update on Edmonds

Sound Transit UpdateEdmonds Sounder Station                        

With funding approved by voters in 2016, Sound Transit is planning for improved parking and access options at Edmonds and Mukilteo Stations, such as additional parking; better walking, biking and transit connections; and convenient pickup and drop-off areas.

Last month Sound Transit held an online open house and drop-in sessions to gather public input on the best ways to improve access to the stations – thank you to the hundreds of Edmonds residents who participated! Your feedback will help guide the process to identify improvement options. Stay informed - sign up for project updates.

More about Sounder
  • The Sounder train offers dependable, congestion-free commuter service connecting Everett, Mukilteo and Edmonds to Seattle as well as special event service for select weekend Mariners, Sounders FC and Seahawks games. There were no canceled trains due landslides this past winter, thanks to work funded by WSDOT and performed by BNSF Railway.
  • There are four roundtrips each weekday morning and afternoon, with Wi-Fi and restrooms on board. A trip to Seattle’s King Street Station takes approximately 30 minutes from Edmonds. Edmonds riders with monthly passes have access to additional weekday trips to Seattle or Everett on Amtrak through the RailPlus program.
  • Reserved parking & satellite parking options: Sounder riders can now guarantee a parking spot at Edmonds Station up to 8 a.m. on weekdays by purchasing a solo-driver permit or signing up for a free carpool permit. Learn more. In addition, parking lots at Edmonds United Methodist Church and Edmonds Park and Ride connect to Edmonds Station through local transit. Learn more.

 

Lynnwood Link: join us to learn about construction

Lynnwood Link Extension is preparing to enter construction this spring. This is a major milestone to bringing light rail to north Seattle, Shoreline, Mountlake Terrace and Lynnwood by 2024.

Join Sound Transit at one of the meetings near your neighborhood to learn more about upcoming construction, meet the team and ask questions. 

Or visit our online open house to learn about what to expect as work gets underway and how to stay informed throughout construction. Visit the online open house

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