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  • Sound Transit Breaks Ground on Permanent Facility in Tukwila

    The Sound Transit transportation system is seeing a one of its temporary constructions replaced by a permanent facility as a development project for a new Tukwila station has recently begun. Sound Transit has broken ground on a new $46 million structure to replace the temporary facility at 7301 Longacres Way that was built back in 2000. The route is a 1.300-boardings-a-day line used by commuters going to and from Seattle.

    Seattle 01 July 2013 04:39

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