The City of Seattle is building a modern streetcar system that will provide new urban mobility options, support economic growth and strengthen connections among the places where people live, work and socialize. The initial segment, the South Lake Union line, opened for service in 2007.
From the fast-growing South Lake Union neighborhood to Seattle's vibrant downtown core, the Streetcar will get you where you want to go. Seven stops along the 1.3 mile line lead to great culinary experiences, unforgettable entertainment options, and retail offerings as well as Lake Union's 12-acre waterfront park.
The South Lake Union line of the Seattle Streetcar conveniently connects to Seattle's other public transit systems. Link Light Rail and the Monorail are just across the street from the South Lake Union southern terminus station at Westlake and Olive.
You can transfer to buses at several points along the route. Bus service makes convenient, useful connections at selected streetcar stops including Route 8 (Seattle Center, Capitol Hill, Central District).
There are also opportunities to connect to the local bike network along the line, including Pronto Cycle Share stations.
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Fairview & Campus Drive (Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center)
Lake Union Park (Lake Union)
Westlake & Mercer (Southbound train, South Lake Union)
Westlake & Thomas (Southbound train, South Lake Union)
Terry & Mercer (Northbound train, South Lake Union)
Terry & Thomas (Northbound train, South Lake Union)
Westlake & 9th-Denny (Denny Triangle)
Westlake & 7th (Denny Triangle)
Westlake Hub (McGraw Square)