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The Link 1 Line servicing Seattle ranges from $2.25 to $3.50 depending on your trip length. Check out the Sound Transit Fares page to find out how much your route will cost.
The T Line in Tacoma is free for all passengers. The T Line will start collecting fares in fall 2023.
You may qualify for $1.00 fares through the ORCA Lift program for low-income adults or the Regional Reduced Fares Pass for seniors and disabled riders. Youth 18 and under always ride free on Sound Transit services. Apply for a free Youth Transit Pass.
Save money, travel sustainably, and conveniently get where you need to be going north to Seattle and downtown Tacoma using the Link.
Extends the Sounder Train services with more stops for Seattle and Tacoma.
Affordable transit option — 1 Line riders pay between $2.25 and $3.50 per ride and the T Line is free for all (until they begin charging in fall 2023)!
Stations have bus connections to make continuing your ride easy!
All stations have bike parking available so you can securely lock up your bike.Several stations have Park-and-Ride lots nearby.
1 Line connects between the Northgate station and Angle Lake station for 25 service miles.
T Line travels 1.6 miles between Tacoma Dome Station and Downtown Tacoma. More stops to Hilltop will be added in fall 2023.
Yes! Check out the accessibility features of the Link light rail trains.
Link light rail trains feature level boarding at all stations, allowing passengers who use wheelchairs or other devices to simply roll aboard.
All light rail vehicles feature two spaces for riders who use wheelchairs or other mobility devices.
Handrails are available throughout all rail cars to assist with sitting, standing and balance.
An intercom button for communicating with the train operator is located near the accessible seating in each rail car. Just press the button and speak. This is useful if you need more time to get off the train.
At Link light rail stations, tactile waiting mats indicate where train doors will open and passengers can safely board, and at most stations bollards prevent passengers from inadvertently stepping into the empty space between cars.
Yes, bikes are allowed up to four per train, with two in the front and two in the back. Passengers must stay with their bikes, and hold one hand on their bike and the other on the handrail for safety.