Free rides will continue on Tacoma’s Link, at least until the line is expanded to the Hilltop neighborhood in the coming years. Sound Transit and the City of Tacoma have struck a deal whereby the city or its designee will contribute about $29,000 annually to keep fares free for riders of the 1.6-mile line, which runs from the Tacoma Dome into downtown.
Free rides will continue on Tacoma’s Link, at least until the line is expanded to the Hilltop neighborhood in the coming years. Sound Transit and the City of Tacoma have struck a deal whereby the city or its designee will contribute about $29,000 annually to keep fares free for riders of the 1.6-mile line, which runs from the Tacoma Dome into downtown. David Montesino dmontesino@thenewstribune.com
Free rides will continue on Tacoma’s Link, at least until the line is expanded to the Hilltop neighborhood in the coming years. Sound Transit and the City of Tacoma have struck a deal whereby the city or its designee will contribute about $29,000 annually to keep fares free for riders of the 1.6-mile line, which runs from the Tacoma Dome into downtown. David Montesino dmontesino@thenewstribune.com

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