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Sound Transit to add Sounder trains in 2007


In September 2007, Sound Transit plans to add two Sounder trains between Seattle and Tacoma — including the agency’s first reverse-commute train.

Under an agreement with BNSF Railway Co., one morning train will operate in the traditional “peak direction” and the other from Seattle’s King Street Station to Tacoma Dome Station. In the afternoon, one train will serve reverse commuters between Tacoma and Seattle.

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