Dec 14, 2018
Commuting to Seattle from Ten Trails is a breeze with the nearby Sounder train. Just a quick drive from Ten Trails via car, residents can park their vehicles for free at Kent Station in their parking deck or on nearby side streets, then catch the train for a quick ride into the city.
Downtown Seattle's King Street Station is the second stop from Kent Station and the "Southbound Sounder's" final destination for morning commuters to the city. From here, commuters can walk to work if they work downtown, or catch a ride on the Link light rail or a bus.
The Sounder provides free, cellular WiFi access for riders, so you can get a jump start on your day's work or even catch up on your favorite television show while riding to work.
Conveniently pay for Puget Sound area public transportation with your Orca Card. These cards work like cash or a pass and allow you to tap on or off buses, trains, and the Link light rail. Certain Seattle area employers also offer discounted or even free Orca cards for their employees. Inquire with your HR department about rider discounts.
By using public transit, you can save money on gas, vehicle maintenance and time spent idling in traffic. This means more time spent with your family in the evenings after work back at your new Ten Trails home!
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