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Some of the key industries in Seattle are Aerospace, Information Technology, Healthcare, Life sciences, International Trade and Tourism. Aerospace has long been one of the important industries in the Seattle area. The Industry includes a cluster of 650 companies and produces annual revenue of $32 billion. The region is home to final assembly operations for Boeing’s aircraft. Information and communications technology (ICT) companies such as Microsoft, Amazon and Real Networks generate annual revenue of $13.6 billion within the State of Washington and account for a total of 186,800 jobs.
The Space Needle is Seattle's most recognizable landmark. The Seattle Great Wheel, Original Starbucks, and the Log House Museum add to the charm of Seattle. The Tourism cluster employs 95,000 plus in various skill levels throughout the Seattle region. Industries involved range from hospitality to culinary to recreation. The Seattle-King County area attracts more than 8.8 million overnight visitors annually. The Port of Seattle, which also operates Seattle–Tacoma International Airport, is a major gateway for trade with Asia. The Port of Seattle has seen cruise ship growth in recent years, with an estimated 186 sailings and 429,413 passengers yearly.
Enjoy Seattle Mariners (MLB) and Seattle Seahawks (NFL) in stadiums that seat more than 120,000 fans combined.
Interstate I-5 and I-90, I-405, State Route-509 and State Route-99 serve the majority of the Seattle area while 18.6% of Seattle residents used one of the three public transit systems that serve the city.
King County Metro Transit is the Transit Authority of King County, Washington and is based in Seattle. It operates 1,300 buses on 235 routes and services about 109 million passenger trips per year.
Community Transit is the main public transit authority of Snohomish County, Washington. Community Transit Buses operate within Snohomish County and to downtown Seattle, the University of Washington, and Seattle's Eastside suburbs in King County.
Pierce Transit is the public transit authority of Pierce County, Washington running 11 transit centers and stations. In 2008, an estimated 19 million commuters utilized its services.
Sound Transit (ST) bus routes serve urban centers in Snohomish, King and Pierce Counties. 25 routes provide fast service between major cities and job centers, and allow convenient transfers to train service and local buses. Central Link light rail travels 15.6 miles between downtown Seattle’s Westlake Station and Sea-Tac Airport. Everett Transit (ET) offers transportation within the city of Everett. ET has customer service centers at Everett Station and Mall Station at Everett Mall. Passengers at Everett Station have access to a variety of transportation options such as Community Transit, Sound Transit (including Sounder train service), Skagit Transit, Island Transit, Amtrak, Greyhound, and Northwestern Trailways.