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Sounder Commuter Rail timetables
Sound Transit commuter rail is a popular commute alternative for employees commuting to Kent worksites. Sounder Commuter Rail began serving the Tacoma/Seattle market on September 18, 2000.
The Kent commuter shuttle, from Kent Station to the area's major employers, completing the link for regional commuters. The Commuter Shuttle links Sound Transit and Metro Transit centers to several large employers including: Boeing, REI, Horizon Air, Alaska Airlines, ACS, and Flow International. In addition to serving Commute Trip Reduction sites, the commuter shuttle is used by several employees that work at smaller employment sites along the route.
The Vanshare program is a convenient alternative for employees that commute by train from the transit center to their work location. Vanshare is known as the missing link. Click here for more information about King County Metro's Vanshare Program.
Schedules, fares, future plans