Auburn station (Sound Transit)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  (Redirected from Auburn (Sounder station))
Jump to: navigation, search
Sounder commuter rail
Location 23 A Street Southwest
Auburn, WA
Coordinates 47°18′23″N 122°13′56″W / 47.3065°N 122.2323°W / 47.3065; -122.2323Coordinates: 47°18′23″N 122°13′56″W / 47.3065°N 122.2323°W / 47.3065; -122.2323
Owned by Sound Transit

Sound Transit Services:

Platforms 2 side platforms
Tracks 2
Connections ST Express, King County Metro Transit
Structure type At-grade

633 spaces (113 surface & 520 garage)

  • reserved carpool spaces (monthly fee)
Bicycle facilities
Disabled access Yes
Opened 2000
Preceding station  
  Following station
toward Lakewood
South Line
toward Seattle

Auburn is a Sounder commuter rail station and transit center serving the city of Auburn, Washington. It was built by Sound Transit on BNSF Railway tracks in Auburn and completed in 2000. In 2003, the parking garage was completed, making the total available parking spaces to 633. As of April 2016 there were 687 parking spaces at Auburn Station.[1] The station is also served by ST Express and Metro Transit buses.

Transit Center[edit]

Auburn Transit Center is served by King County Metro, Sound Transit, and Pierce Transit buses. As of March 2016, the following routes stop at Auburn Station:[2]



  1. ^ stadmin. "Auburn Station". Sound Transit. Retrieved 2016-04-02. 
  2. ^ "Auburn Station Boarding Locations - Park & Ride Information - King County Metro Transit". Retrieved 2016-04-02. 

External links[edit]

Media related to Auburn (Sounder station) at Wikimedia Commons