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Which Link Light Rail stop...

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Which Link Light Rail stop...

For Pike Place ?

Safeco Field ?

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1. Re: Which Link Light Rail stop...

University or Westlake are the stops closest to Pike Place Market.

You'll want the Stadium Station stop for Safeco Field or Ceturylink Field. Cross 4th Ave at the light and follow the pedestrian overpass to the baseball stadium (above the train tracks).

More info on the transit tunnel: …kingcounty.gov/tops/…tunnel-stations.html

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2. Re: Which Link Light Rail stop...

Thanks! Is there an all day pass that I can/should buy ?

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3. Re: Which Link Light Rail stop...

https://www.orcacard.com/

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4. Re: Which Link Light Rail stop...

Whether a day pass makes sense for you depends on where you will be traveling during the day.

For travel on Link Light Rail, a day pass costs twice the singe fare between two stations. So for SeaTac to Westlake that is $5.50. You can then travel anywhere on the rail line that day. Day passes are sold at ticket vending machines. So if (for example) you plan to do Seatac to Westlake; Westlake to Stadium; Stadium to Seatac a day pass will save you money. See soundtransit.org/Fares-and-Passes/Link-fares.

Alternatively, you can get a day pass for all buses and trains for $9 plus a non-refundable $5 fee for an Orca card. See metro.kingcounty.gov/fares/#types-of-fares. This day pass (at $14) is unlikely to save you any money, but could save the hassle of carrying lots of change during the day. You can buy an Orca with a day pass at any light rail station or a variety of other locations. See metro.kingcounty.gov/fares/#types-of-fares.

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5. Re: Which Link Light Rail stop...

We would like to utilize the Link Light Rail to Inn at the Market from the Seattle-Tacoma Intl. airport. Does anyone know the distance and safety from the closest stop to the Inn? We will be arriving around 10pm. Thank you!

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6. Re: Which Link Light Rail stop...

Here's a map.

http://tinyurl.com/kzvjt2r

Maybe I'm chicken, but I would take a cab from the Westlake station (last stop) to the Inn at the Market at that hour.

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7. Re: Which Link Light Rail stop...

Thanks. That's what we need to know...$40 isn't worth our safety and peace of mind! We appreciate your help.

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