Hello everyone this is Atomic Taco here doing a follow up to one of the more popular videos that I’ve shot here. I’m going to show you how to get from SeaTac Airport to the Sound Transit Link light rail station. So here we are on the baggage claim level which is one level below the ticketing level. You see here that I am right by baggage claim 16. Right above me is the charter flight ticketing counters. So if you’re coming off your flight and you need to pick up your bags after you’re done head down towards baggage claim 16. If not head through ticketing all the way to the end to the charter flight desk Once you’re here you’re going to take the escalator up if you’re on the baggage claim level. Or if you’re at the ticketing level you’re going to come down that escalator there. You can see that this is Skybridge 6. And we’re gonna follow this skybridge here out towards the parking garage. As we come out here there’s going to be a sign towards Link light rail Walk out here towards the cars and there is a sign that will tell you when the first and last train is going to depart. We’re going to follow this around here. Unfortunately this is not *fully* weather protected.
It is covered so you are going to stay dry. However current temperature is about 40° outside It’s a little bit warmer than that under here In my previous video I was walking around over there Because the Link light rail station which you can see in the distance out there was not yet open and this walkway was still under construction. You’ll also notice there in the distance is the Holiday Inn The Holiday Inn has a webcam both KING-TV and KIRO-TV both have a webcam pointed back towards the airport. Look in the description for the links to those. As we approach the station if you have a Smart Carte you can return it right here. If not go ahead and enter in through one of these. These are here to prevent Smart Cartes from going through. To purchase a ticket: There are 2 ticket vending machines right here Another one over there and there are 3 more in the distance down there. Once you have gotten your ticket, you can either head over to the elevator over here or head to the escalator. There’s also an escalator on the other side that looks the same in the yellow. Also I should point out that they are restrooms here. Men’s restrooms there; women’s is on the other side As soon as you get up to the platform there may be more than 1 train Look for the train that will say “Downtown Seattle” if there’s more than one. The other one may say “Sound Transit” or “Not in Service”