The $383 million project will include a 700-car parking garage and a transfer point for buses.
The Angle Lake segment is scheduled to open in 2016, the same year as the extension to the University District. The line currently runs between the airport and downtown Seattle.
Information from: Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce, http://www.djc.com/
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