Update at 6:30 p.m.: Sound Transit has canceled its Sounder train service between Everett and Seattle’s King Street Station for Sunday’s Seahawks game.
Sound Transit said it made the decision after monitoring Sunday’s rain forecast and current soil conditions. The limited availability of back-up charter bus service for Edmonds and Mukilteo passengers would have made game-day travel difficult, Sound Transit said.
A list of regularly scheduled bus options to the game is available at www.soundtransit.org.
A service plan for Monday will be made as Sound Transit continues to monitor weather forecasts and slope conditions. Passenger train service was halted between Everett and Seattle’s King Street station for 48 hours because of a mudslide on Wednesday.
The Associated Press
Sound Transit hopes to resume Sounder train service north of Seattle in time for Sunday’s Seahawks game.
Passenger train service was halted between Everett and Seattle’s King Street station for 48 hours because of a mudslide on Wednesday.
In the meantime, Sound Transit is running buses between Everett and Seattle for the Friday commute.
Sounder trains between Seattle and Lakewood are running on the regular schedule.