Use your ORCA card or pay using cash, a credit card or debit card or at ticket machines located at all Link light rail and Sounder stations. You can also pay ahead on the Transit GO ticket app on your phone.
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The Tacoma T Line runs from the Tacoma Dome Station to 9th and Commerce every 12 to 24 minutes, seven days a week except holidays.
The 1 Line through Seattle from Northgate to Angle Lake runs every 8 to 15 minutes, seven days a week, except holidays.
Check out the Sound Transit Service Map, which shows the current service map of all Sound Transit services, including the Link light rail routes.
Yes! Each Link light rail car can accommodate up to four bikes. People bringing their bikes will enter the light rail cars that have a bicycle symbol. Prepare for your ride by learning everything you need to know about bringing your bike on the Link.
Yes! Part of Sound Transit’s mission is to ensure their services are accessible to people with disabilities. From accessible boarding stations to designated spaces on rail cars for people with disabilities, the Link rail cars are designed with everyone in mind. Take a look at the Sound Transit Accessibility page for more information and resources.