"Seattle, can you hear that train a-comin'?I only hope this encourages similar projects and a larger rail network. I still can't believe how behind the U.S. has been at this for so long.
Thirteen year after voters approved the taxes to build it, Sound Transit's Central Link light rail opens for service Saturday. Trains will run every 71/2 minutes from stations along the 14-mile line between Westlake Center in Seattle and the massive, glass-encased station in Tukwila at South 154th Street and Tukwila International Boulevard."
Saturday, July 18, 2009
Seattle Finally Gets Something Resembling Proper Public Transportation
All aboard: Light rail service starts Saturday: