Ash Way Station – Park & Ride

Station Area Map

Map of Ash Way Park & Ride station option with key features identified
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Street View – Looking East on 22nd Ave W

Artistic rendering of street view looking east on 22nd Ave W
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Aerial Representation

Aerial representation of Ash Way Park & Ride station option showing key features identified
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The aerial representation of the station area shows key features or infrastructure needed to make this concept possible. This concept is representative of one possible future outcome; it does not intend to indicate what the actual key features of this area will be in the future.

Key features:

  • Redevelopment and existing structures
  • New roads
  • Open spaces
  • Location of parking
  • Light rail track

Key Features

This concept reflects an elevated or at-grade station located within the existing Ash Way Park & Ride.

Below is an explanation of the key features or infrastructure needed to make this concept possible. This concept is representative of one possible future outcome; it does not intend to indicate what the actual key features of this area will be in the future.

Station Location:

The blue shadowing on the station area map represents an area the station could be located in. Final decisions on the actual station location and track alignment will be made by Sound Transit.

Direct Access Ramp Completion:

The current HOV direct access from southbound I-5 would be extended to both sides of I-5 creating an overcrossing to provide bus, bike and pedestrian connection over I-5.

Ash Way Realignment:

The section of Ash Way from the Park & Ride entrance to 164th St would be removed and realign to 162nd Pl SW. This would reduce congestion on 164th St by eliminating turn movements so close to the I-5 intersection.

Ash Way Park & Ride:

The park and ride would be redeveloped into structured parking with development above.

Plaza/Park:

A centrally located plaza/park would adjoin the station to provide a focal point for the community.