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First Hill Streetcar will be a good way to get to Seahawks games

You can now take a virtual ride on the First Hill Streetcar as it’s envisioned to travel from First Hill through the International District and Pioneer Square down 12th Avenue, Jackson Street and 2nd Avenue.

SDOT has a video simulation available on the streetcar project website. It’s also been up on YouTube, courtesy of the good folks at Seattle Transit Blog.

There are stops in the median along Jackson, including one outside the Union Station, which connects riders with light rail and commuter rail. Then it heads into Pioneer Square, where it turns the corner on Jackson Street and stops across the street from the Qwest Field parking lot. I see this being a popular ride for fans headed to see the Seahawks, Mariners or Sounders.

The video completes SDOT’s virtual tour. A few weeks ago, SDOT posted a simulation of the streetcar’s route on Capitol Hill.

Construction is planned to start in 2011, with trains running by 2013.

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