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The first of nine Bombardier BiLevel cab cars ordered by Sound Transit in 2014 arrived in Seattle on July 24. It is due to enter passenger service in September.
Sound Transit ordered the vehicles to augment its fleet of 18 Bombardier cab cars that entered service in 2000-03, to support additional South Line services on the Sounder commuter rail network. The Sounder fleet also includes 14 locomotives and 40 coaches.
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