The Sodo Station serves Seattle's industrial area and includes warehouses, light manufacturing and a smattering of art galleries, antique stores, music venues and restaurants. Light-rail users will note the 32 murals that parallel the tracks. Here, a mural painted by Ola Volo, a Canadian illustrator from Kazakhstan, and Oregon-based artist David Rice. (Lindsey Wasson / The Seattle Times)

By Lindsey Wasson and Tyler Sipe

The Seattle Times

It’s urban, suburban and industrial. At just over 20 miles long, Sound Transit’s Link light rail connects more than a dozen diverse communities with 16 stations in King County.

From the University of Washington on the north end, to SeaTac’s Angle Lake neighborhood on the south, riders can explore and experience arts, culture, history and nature with a $6.50 all-day Sound Transit ticket.


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