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Old Posted Oct 19, 2021, 10:53 PM
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Sounder North goes where the tracks are. It's as simple as that. The stations aren't central, but they do serve some waterfront centers and ferry passengers.

We don't have other tracks heading north. Period. Zip. Link light rail is the only other set of tracks in the northern half of the city of Seattle. Sounder is on freight tracks on both routes, also shared with Amtrak.

Things are a little better for South Link, which is one reason why it does more service and better ridership, though it's also just for rush hour work trips.
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