Commuters catch Sound Transit’s light rail trains in March at the Capitol Hill station in Seattle. Sound Transit’s cost for its first corridor, Sea-Tac Airport to the U District, will wind up 86 percent higher than the 1996 initial estimates, according to a new Seattle Times analysis.
Commuters catch Sound Transit’s light rail trains in March at the Capitol Hill station in Seattle. Sound Transit’s cost for its first corridor, Sea-Tac Airport to the U District, will wind up 86 percent higher than the 1996 initial estimates, according to a new Seattle Times analysis. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com
Commuters catch Sound Transit’s light rail trains in March at the Capitol Hill station in Seattle. Sound Transit’s cost for its first corridor, Sea-Tac Airport to the U District, will wind up 86 percent higher than the 1996 initial estimates, according to a new Seattle Times analysis. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com

Sound Transit’s cost overruns for first phase hit about 86 percent

August 22, 2016 01:12 PM

UPDATED August 23, 2016 12:39 PM

More Videos

  • One injured in Tacoma house fire

    One resident suffered burns while escaping a two-story house fire on Fawcett Avenue on Tuesday morning in Tacoma.