Various restrictions and fees for parking near the new Northgate light rail station have some transit users paying extra.
SEATTLE — Sound Transit’s new light rail station in Northgate garnered huge interest across the region as the long-awaited link connecting much of Seattle through public transit, especially with the Climate Pledge Arena opening Friday.
However, many transit riders looking to use the new convenient way of accessing downtown are frustrated and confused over parking.
North Seattle resident Dana Twight used the light rail to get to a show on the Seattle Central College campus when the new station first opened.
However, when Twight
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