The modern Everett intermodal facility brings together Amtrak, Sounder commuter rail and regional and local buses. It also houses office and commercial space on its upper floors.
3201 Smith Avenue Everett, WA 98201
- Annual Station Revenue (2015)
- Annual Station Ridership (2015)
|Facility Ownership||City of Everett|
|Parking Lot Ownership||City of Everett|
|Platform Ownership||BNSF Railway|
|Track Ownership||BNSF Railway|
|200 Short Term Parking Spaces||25 Long Term Parking Spaces||ATM|
|Accessible Platform||Accessible Restrooms||Accessible Ticket Office|
|Accessible Waiting Room||Accessible Water Fountain||Baggage Storage|
|Bike Boxes||Checked Baggage||Dedicated Parking|
|Elevator||Elevator Accessible||Enclosed Waiting Area|
|Help With Luggage||Quik Trak Kiosk||Restrooms|
|Ski Bags||Ticket Office||Wheelchair|
- Amtrak Cascades
- Empire Builder
For information about Amtrak fares and schedules, please call 1-800-USA-RAIL (1-800-872-7245).
Local Community Links:
- City of Everett
- Amtrak Cascades
- Sound Transit
- Community Transit
- Everett Transit
- Island Transit
- Skagit Transit
The Everett intermodal facility opened in February, 2002, and a vast array of transportation choices are provided. In 2003, the station became the northernmost stop for Sound Transit's commuter rail.The building has transportation services on the lower level and offices, a career development center, two university centers and various transportation agencies on the upper levels.
Amtrak provides ticketing and baggage services at this station, which is served by six daily trains. The Amtrak Cascades are primarily financed through funds made available by the Washington State Department of Transportation and the Oregon Department of Transportation.