Everett (Washington)

Everett is a city in the Puget Sound region of Washington State 28 mi (45 km) north of Seattle and 115 mi (184 km) south of Vancouver BC.

Hewitt Ave Historic District

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  • From Interstate 5 (I-5) Everett is accessed from exits #186 (128th St SW) through #198 (WA-529 West Broadway) along I-5. To get to downtown from the northbound lanes, exit at Exit #193 (WA-529 Pacific Ave City Center). From the southbound lanes, exit at Exit #194 (US-2 Wenatchee/Everett Ave) and follow signs towards Everett Ave.
  • From Interstate 405 (I-405) follow signs towards I-5 North towards Everett or continue on the freeway which becomes WA-525 towards the Mukilteo Ferry. From I-5, I-405 is at Exit #182.
  • US Hwy 2 begins and ends in downtown Everett going east towards Stevens Pass, Fort Leavenworth (in the North Cascades), Wenatchee, Ephrata and Spokane in Eastern Washington. From I-5, US Hwy 2 is accessed from Exit #194 from both directions.
  • 47.9755-122.19771 Everett Station, 3201 Smith Avenue. 6AM-10PM. The Sound Transit Sounder and Amtrak operate from Everett Station at 3201 Smith Ave. The waiting area and ticketing desk for Amtrak are in the lobby of the building, while the ticket machines and the Orca Card transponders for the Sound Transit Sounder trains are inside the building and out at the loading platform. (updated Jul 2018)
  • Sound Transit Sounder, Everett Station (first platform behind and south of the building; loading platform can also be accessed directly from the bus transit center (south of the building) without going through the building). Sound Transit operates commuter trains down to Seattle in the morning and up to Everett via Edmonds and Mukilteo in the afternoons. They also operate additional trains for the Mariners and Seahawks home events. 
  • Amtrak, (ticket desk & waiting room) Everett Station @ 3201 S Smith Ave (second platform from behind the building there are designated paths to allow passengers to walk across the first track from the building to the second platform). The following Amtrak routes serve Everett: 
    • Amtrak Cascades runs between between Seattle and Vancouver twice daily serving Edmonds, Everett, Stanwood, Mt Vernon & Bellingham and from Seattle to Portland four times daily with twice-daily trains between Portland and Eugene. Additional service from Seattle to Vancouver and from Portland to Eugene are provided on the Amtrak Thruway Bus.
    • Empire Builder makes a once-daily trip in each direction between Seattle and Chicago via Edmonds, Everett, Leavenworth, Wenatchee, Ephrata and Spokane. In Spokane, the eastbound train is joined (or split going westbound) with another branch of the route coming from Portland to continue east towards Chicago.

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