Confetti flies through the air as a Tacoma Link train pulls out of the Tacoma Dome Station on the first public day of operation, August 22, 2003. The original six-stop light-rail line is closer to being expanded to 12 stations as the city of Tacoma received a $15 million federal grant to help cover its $40 million share of project costs.
Confetti flies through the air as a Tacoma Link train pulls out of the Tacoma Dome Station on the first public day of operation, August 22, 2003. The original six-stop light-rail line is closer to being expanded to 12 stations as the city of Tacoma received a $15 million federal grant to help cover its $40 million share of project costs. JANET JENSEN Staff file, 2003
Confetti flies through the air as a Tacoma Link train pulls out of the Tacoma Dome Station on the first public day of operation, August 22, 2003. The original six-stop light-rail line is closer to being expanded to 12 stations as the city of Tacoma received a $15 million federal grant to help cover its $40 million share of project costs. JANET JENSEN Staff file, 2003

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