Landslide between Edmonds and Mukilteo cancels Sounder train

Riders can board special buses in Seattle to get to Edmonds, Mukilteo and Everett.

EDMONDS — Sounder passenger train commuters between Everett and Seattle will have to find another mode of transportation after a landslide covered the tracks and canceled runs Monday through Wednesday.

Sound Transit, which operates the service, announced the cancellations for the north line Monday afternoon. The landslide was about three miles north of Edmonds, according to Sound Transit. Service is estimated to resume Thursday.

Sounder riders can board special buses for direct service from Seattle to Edmonds, Mukilteo and Everett at Fifth Avenue and S Weller Street in Seattle at 4:33 p.m. and 5:35 p.m.

They can also board regularly scheduled Community Transit bus route 416 to Edmonds, route 417 to Mukilteo or Sound Transit express 510 to Everett.

Riders can get between Edmonds and Mukilteo on the Community Transit route 116 bus to the Lynnwood Transit Center and transfer to Community Transit 113 at Bay B3.

To get from Edmonds to Everett, passengers can board the Community Transit 116 to the Ash Way Park and Ride and transfer to Sound Transit express 532 to Everett Station.

From Mukilteo to Everett, take Everett Transit 18 at the Mukilteo Ferry Terminal, Bay 2.

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