Commuters step off a Link light rail train at Commerce Station in Tacoma in April. Sound Transit proposes spending more than $50 billion over the next 25 years to expand light rail, commuter train and express-bus services across the Puget Sound region. Some of that money would be spent to expand light rail from Federal Way to the Tacoma Dome Station and eventually beyond.
Commuters step off a Link light rail train at Commerce Station in Tacoma in April. Sound Transit proposes spending more than $50 billion over the next 25 years to expand light rail, commuter train and express-bus services across the Puget Sound region. Some of that money would be spent to expand light rail from Federal Way to the Tacoma Dome Station and eventually beyond. David Montesino News Tribune file photo
Commuters step off a Link light rail train at Commerce Station in Tacoma in April. Sound Transit proposes spending more than $50 billion over the next 25 years to expand light rail, commuter train and express-bus services across the Puget Sound region. Some of that money would be spent to expand light rail from Federal Way to the Tacoma Dome Station and eventually beyond. David Montesino News Tribune file photo

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Faster than a speeding bullet? Not light rail to Tacoma

June 11, 2016 2:42 PM

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