The elevated Angle Lake Station includes passenger platforms with covered areas, bicycle storage, off-street parking, passenger drop-off area and local and rapid transit service connections. Riders will enjoy frequent, reliable service from Angle Lake Station to the airport, downtown Seattle and the University of Washington.
Angle Lake features EV charging stations provided by ChargePoint.
The Angle Lake Link Light Rail Station also offers a free park and ride are for you to park your car and hop on the Light Rail. There is a 1,050-stall parking garage and 70 surface lot spaces on 28th Avenue at Angle Lake Station.
Angle Lake Light Rail Station Amenities Include:
- 1160 parking spaces: Some spaces reserved for carpool and solo driver permit parking.
- EV charging
- Off-street parking
- Bicycle cages, lockers, and racks
- Nearest bathroom: Chevron @ 19923 Pacific Hwy S
- Public art
- Ticket vending machines
With 15 stops total, the Central Link line stretches nearly 17.5 miles serving some of the most popular destinations in Central Puget Sound. It is extremely budget-friendly and convenient when traveling to and from Sea-Tac Airport to Downtown Seattle and on to the University of Washington.
In Downtown Seattle, the Light Rail brings you right to shopping, the library, government buildings, art centers and jobs. In the SODO District, it takes you near CenturyLink Field for Seahawks football and Sounders FC soccer, and Safeco Field for Mariners baseball. The Rainier Valley and Tukwila stations open a new world of restaurants and shops, and the Rainier Beach Station is near the Chief Sealth bike trail.
Thirty five pieces of original artwork give the light rail line the feel of a traveling art gallery. Look for eight cut-metal African ladies dancing in the Othello Station plaza, the 35-foot shovel at Columbia City Station and "Blue Lights Over Duwamish," a series of blue LED lights on the bridge over the Duwamish River.