X-Git-Url: https://projects.mako.cc/source/leastsquares-website/blobdiff_plain/9be2a4babfc31ad1c9fd45b12d3726e2b7ee4002..32caeaf631bea65e987a3f8731119bb03923b6bd:/index.html diff --git a/index.html b/index.html index 590dae5..7593889 100644 --- a/index.html +++ b/index.html @@ -99,13 +99,16 @@ are reusable on all Seattle-area mass transit. You can also buy a single-use paper ticket. If you buy an ORCA card, you will need to tap it on a yellow terminal both before you - enter, and after you exit the train. The tapping areas are - easy to find.

+ enter, and after you exit the train. The terminal at the airport station + is before the ticket machines, so you will need to backtrack slightly + to tap your card if you buy it at the airport.

Take the LINK train until the University Street station which take 36 minutes and stop at 11 stops. At University Street, you will need to change to a bus to - Fremont.

+ Fremont. Note there is no cellular network in the + University Street station, so you may want to get a copy of these + directions before you arrive there.

The LINK station is underground and the buses to Fremont travel on the street above. In the station, walk in the