Sound Transit facts for kids
Union Station, Sound Transit's headquarters since 1999
|Formed||September 17, 1993|
|Type||Regional transit authority|
|Jurisdiction||Seattle metropolitan area|
401 S. Jackson Street
|Motto||"Ride the Wave"|
|Annual budget||$1.6 billion USD (2017)|
Sound Transit (ST), officially the Central Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority, is the public transit system in Seattle, Washington, United States. It covers Seattle and its neighboring cities with light rail trains, commuter trains, and buses. Sound Transit gets its money from sales tax, property tax, and a fee on license plate stickers ("car tabs").
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