[Air-L] SEATAC to the Hotel

Todd Harper laevantine at gmail.com
Fri Oct 7 19:23:14 PDT 2011

There's a route directly from baggage claim to the light rail station that
goes through the parking garage and doesn't require crossing an interstate
on foot. It's well-marked so you shouldn't have any trouble finding it.

Be advised that it's kind of a hike from the terminal to the rail station
with your luggage, in my opinion, but it is a cheap and reliable way to get
downtown from Seatac, especially since the hotel has no shuttle.

On Fri, Oct 7, 2011 at 10:00 PM, Ted Coopman <ted.coopman at gmail.com> wrote:

> All,
> Seattle has a nifty new light rail system that runs to and from the airport
> to downtown. It wasn't in operation when I was living there but I looked
> around and it appears the University Street station is the closest (.3
> miles/7 minutes walking) to the hotel and it looks like it is not up hill
> (major consideration downtown - *steep* *hills*). The train takes 45
> minutes
> and the fare from the airport is $2.75 one way.
> The website is at: http://www.soundtransit.org they do have a trip
> planner.
> Lots of trains, esp. during peak times
> Walk from seatac to Seatac Link Light Rail Station
> 1. Walk southeast on Perimeter Rd.
> 2. Continue on Seatac Access Road.
> 3. Walk northeast on Seatac Access Road.
> 10 min (0.3 mi)
> I assume it will be well marked. If any locals wish to chime in case I am
> wrong or to confirm I am right, please do.
> -TED
> --
> Ted M. Coopman Ph.D.
> Lecturer
> Department of Communication Studies
> San Jose State University
> http://www.sjsu.edu/people/ted.coopman/
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Todd Harper
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