Link light rail suspended between Capitol Hill, SODO this weekend

SEATTLE — Link light rail service will be suspended between the Capitol Hill and SODO stations this weekend due to maintenance in the Downtown Seattle Transit Tunnel.

The suspension runs from Friday, Nov. 11 through Sunday, Nov. 13.

During that time, Sound Transit will provide shuttle buses that will run about every 15 minutes and stop at all stations between Capitol Hill and SODO.

Passengers traveling through those stations should allow up to 30 additional minutes for trips due to transfers between buses and trains.

Service will resume on Monday, Nov. 14.

During the service disruption, passengers should consider alternate transit services, such as Sounder or Community Transit buses, especially for their Friday commute.

Sound Transit said during the suspension, passengers can take Route 8 from Seattle Center to Capitol Hill. Riders traveling between Downtown Seattle and SODO can take routes 101, 150 or 594. Late-night Link riders can connect to Route 132 at SODO Station with departures at 12:05 a.m., 12:35 a.m. and 1:05 a.m. by walking to 4th Ave. and S. Lander St.

Find a full list of transit options at Sound Transit.

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