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Public Transit: Link Light Rail

Traveler Alert: Rider Alert Elevator Closure

Effective June 17, 2019 Link Light Rail elevator from Sea-Tac Station to International Boulevard closed for major repairs for 2 months. During this time, the stairs will remain open. For those with accessibility needs, Sound Transit will operate a shuttle between International Boulevard and 176th ST and the Courtesy Shuttle Loop on the Arrivals loop of the Airport at Door 8. For way finding help please see Sea-Tac Airport's interactive map. The shuttle will run every 15 minutes during operating hours (5 a.m. through 1:30 a.m.). Updates on this improvement project and other information will be posted on Sound Transit's Service Alerts.

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Link Light Rail Information and Schedule

Sound Transit’s Link Light Rail extends from the city of SeaTac to the University of Washington. With stops in South Seattle neighborhoods, the stadium district, the International District/Chinatown and downtown locations, it’s a great option for travelers coming to or from the airport. Learn luggage etiquette from Sound Transit while traveling on the Link Light Rail.

The Link Light Rail service runs from 5 a.m. to 1 a.m. Monday through Saturday and 6 a.m. to midnight on Sundays. Trains arrive and depart every 6 to 15 minutes, depending on the time of day.

Find the schedule for the Link Light Rail here  and watch this short video for directions to the Link Light Rail station from within the terminal at Sea-Tac International Airport.

Directions to Link light rail

The SeaTac / Airport Station is connected to the fourth floor of the airport parking garage. Trains arrive and depart on the platform level of the station. The covered, level walkway to the airport terminal is one level down on the mezzanine. The well-lit walkway is separated from the main area of the garage and directional signs point the way to the main terminal skybridge. Wheelchair service is available.

Sea-Tac Link Light Rail MapLink Light Rail Route Map

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