First Hill Streetcar Line Wayfinding Maps Installed

Soon, the First Hill Streetcar will provide 10 stops between Capitol Hill and Pioneer Square. Crews have been out over the past couple of weeks installing station wayfinding maps to help you plan your trip—whether it’s making a connection in the downtown tunnel or dim sum in Chinatown.

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The First Hill Streetcar will be an important link in the regional transit system, with connections to Link Light Rail at the Capitol Hill Station and International District Station, as well as Sounder Commuter Rail and Amtrak intercity rail at King Street Station.

There are 10 stops on the First Hill Streetcar line, connecting the diverse and vibrant residential neighborhoods and business districts of Capitol Hill, First Hill, Yesler Terrace, Central Area, Chinatown-International District and Pioneer Square, while also serving major medical centers (Swedish Medical Center and Harborview Medical Center), institutions of higher learning (Seattle Central College and Seattle University) and major sporting event venues (CenturyLink & Safeco Field).

Whether you’re using the Seattle Streetcar for the first time, living near it or coming across it during your daily life, we have some helpful advice about the safety issues you need to be aware of and the signs and symbols to look out for.

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To learn more about safety for pedestrians, bicyclists, vehicles, and streetcar passengers please take a look at this presentation:

Seattle Streetcar – Looking Out for Your Safety

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Visit the Broadway Extension and Center City Connector pages on this site to learn more about how the First Hill Streetcar will be connected to other Seattle Streetcar segments.