Each comfortable, climate-controlled, restroom-equipped Sounder car has seating for 148 passengers including up to four passengers in wheelchairs.
Each toilet on the train is totally private. The bathrooms are not like other public restrooms where there is one big room with multiple stalls. Each bathroom is a totally enclosed individual room. Each one is a small room about the size of a phone booth, but they are quite private.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Does Sounder train have WIFI?
Free Wi-Fi on Sounder Sounder Wi-Fi service is provided through cellular coverage, so expect some network loss in 'dead zones'. Sounder's onboard mobile Wi-Fi has limited bandwidth that is shared among all the users on your train.
Does Sounder train run on weekends?
Service is available from 5 a.m. to 1 a.m. Monday through Saturday and from 6 a.m. to midnight on Sunday and holidays. Sounder trains travel between Lakewood and Seattle (making stops in Tacoma, Puyallup, Sumner, Auburn, Kent and Tukwila) and between Everett and Seattle (making stops in Mukilteo and Edmonds).
How far south does the Sounder train go?
Sounder trains travel between Lakewood and Seattle, with stops in South Tacoma, Tacoma, Puyallup, Sumner, Auburn, Kent and Tukwila. Sounder trains regularly run weekday mornings and afternoons only, and also serve select major weekend events, such as Mariners and Seahawks games.
Can dogs ride the Sounder train?
Service animals are allowed on Sound Transit buses and trains. Pets may ride if they are carried in small containers.
Are there restrooms on the North Shore train?
Once everyone is boarded on the train, you can freely move around all the cars and change your seat, so you have plenty of opportunity to pick your preferred restroom, if needed. The water in the sinks is not potable, so you can wash your hands, but do not refill a water bottle with it.
Where are the bathrooms located on a train?
While the general question is answered with a simple answer, the location of the bathrooms will take some screen space. So let’s get into it. Let’s start with the single-level coaches, these cars usually have two bathrooms, one will be wheelchair accessible, and they are located at each end of the car.
How often do train engineers go to the bathroom?
This scenario is for an emergency bathroom stop, most of them are not an emergency, which takes us to the 3rd scenario. It is not unusual to operate in intervals of 2 to maximum 3 hours at the time before having to stop for a red signal. Which gives the opportunity to the engineer to use the bathroom.