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August 17, 2007 8:17 AM
Posted by Cory Tolbert Haik
Janica Lockhart, a copy desk resident at the Seattle Times, reports on her Sounder commute this morning:
I left my house in North Auburn at 6:25 a.m. to catch the 6:52 a.m. train at Kent Station to King Street Station. Traffic was heavy through Auburn and Kent on Auburn Way North and Central Avenue, so I made it to the train station five minutes later than usual. I was able to catch the 6:52 a.m. train. Only a few people were left standing in the first car from Kent to King Street Station and it seemed less crowded than yesterday. The train arrived on time and I was able to catch my bus, Metro #70, to the downtown Seattle office and made it to work on time.
Aug 20, 07 - 12:18 PM
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Aug 17, 07 - 08:17 AM
One rider: Sounder seemed less crowded today
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I-5 clogging; alternate routes urged
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