Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is now served by light rail service from downtown Seattle and points between. Sound Transit's Link Light Rail service starts at Westlake Center in the Downtown Seattle Transit Tunnel. Stops along the away in downtown Seattle consist of University Street, Leader Square, and the International District. The light rail line then goes through the SoDo District servicing Qwest Field, the Qwest Field Occasion Center, and Safeco Field.
Light rail service goes into the Beacon Hill Transit Tunnel with a stop at Beacon Hill and after that follows Martin Luther King Jr. Method S. southbound with stops at Mount Baker, Columbia City, Othello, and Rainier Beach. It then has a stop at the Tukwila International Boulevard Station prior to reaching Sea-Tac Airport. There are an overall of eleven stops in between downtown Seattle's Westlake Station and the airport. The journey from downtown in either instructions costs $2.50 and the 15.6-mile one-way journey takes thirty-six minutes to finish. Light rail service is not impacted by unfavorable weather condition or traffic conditions keeping the schedule reputable and making it a terrific method to obtain to the airport.
At Sea-Tac Airport, the just recently finished light rail station lies near the northeast corner of the primary airport parking lot, simply west of the crossway of S. 176th Street and International Blvd (Highway 99). A number of big hotels are likewise situated near this crossway and the city of SeaTac is preparing building of a town hall near the light rail station.
The light rail station links travelers straight to the primary terminal and the airport-ticketing concourse through a 1,000 foot covered pedestrian pathway. Service to downtown Seattle and vice versa will provided from twenty hours each day from 5:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. on weekdays with somewhat decreased hours on the weekends. Travelers can buy light rail tickets through onsite vending devices. The light rail station provides travelers luggage cart leasings, washrooms, public phones, and weather condition security in the waiting locations. There are likewise high security lighting and security video cameras.
| Light rail service goes into the Beacon Hill Transit Tunnel with a stop at Beacon Hill and then follows Martin Luther King Jr.