THE GS TRAM SITE

SEATTLE - TACOMA

WASHINGTON, USA

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24 Sept. 2016

Up-to-date

The system after the opening of the First Hill Streetcar on 23 Jan., the extension of the light rail system to the University of Washington on 19 March and the extension of the Central Link light rail line to Angle Lake on 24 Sept. 2016.

Seattle tram photo Tacoma LRT photo Seattle monorail photo

THE SEATTLE-TACOMA REGION

Seattle-Tacoma streetcar map 2016

INSET: SEATTLE - CENTRAL AREA

Seattle streetcar map 2016

INSET: TACOMA

Tacoma streetcar map 2009



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ROUTES

STREETCAR ROUTE

Operator: King County Metro Transit

FH First Hill line Broadway & Denny - Central District - Occidental Mall
SLU South Lake Union line Westlake Center - Lake Union Park - Fairview & Campus Drive

LIGHT RAIL ROUTES

Operator: Sound Transit

Central Link University of Washington - Capitol Hill - Westlake Center - King Street (Union) Station - Stadium - Beacon Hill - Rainier Beach - Tukwila - Seattle-Tacoma (SeaTac) International Airport - Angle Lake
Tacoma Link Theater District/S 9th Street - Union Station - Tacoma Dome

MONORAIL ROUTE

Operator: Seattle Monorail Services

   Westlake Center - Seattle Center


CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SYSTEM

NETWORK LENGTH



HISTORY

GAUGE


SOURCES

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WIKIS

WEB SITES



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