(SounderBruce / flickr)
On April 26, 2007, Andrew Smith wrote a blog post launching Seattle Transit Blog. At the time, Link hadn’t opened, there was no RapidRide, and the earthquake-damaged Alaskan Way Viaduct was still standing. Ten years later, we have 16 Link stations and dozens more in the construction and planning phases, 6 RapidRide lines and counting and the Viaduct, well… let’s move on, shall we? :)
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