Getting to Sumner
3 freeways, highways 167, 410 and 512 Average daily traffic volume on Hwy 167: 85,000 south of Sumner/91,000 north of Sumner in 2009 18 Sounder commuter trains daily to Seattle and Tacoma Plus Sound Transit and Pierce Transit bus routes
20 miles to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport 31,227,512 passengers, 317,873 aircraft operations, 269,804 air cargo in metric ton(s), 17th busiest airport in the U.S.
12 miles to Port of Tacoma Over $25 billion in annual trade and nearly 1.5 million 20-foot Equivalent Units (TEUs)
35 miles to Port of Seattle The nation’s eighth busiest with 22 international steamship lines moving over 2 million TEUs
‘Geographically, Sumner is a great spot, we love it. It’s close to commerce hubs Seattle and Portland, has excellent access to inbound ports and interstates and has maintained its small town charm,’ said Tom Walker, executive vice-president of Costco construction and distribution. –Daily Journal of Commerce
Close to Everyone
35 miles to Seattle, pop. 586,200 32 miles to Bellevue, pop. 118,100 15 miles to Kent, pop. 86,660 13 miles to Federal Way, pop. 87,390 13 miles to Tacoma, pop. 201,700 3.2 miles to Puyallup, pop. 36,790 10 miles to Auburn, pop. 50,470 7.1 miles to Edgewood, pop. 9,560 4.3 miles to Bonney Lake, pop. 15,740
Plus 22 miles to Joint Base Lewis McChord, with nearly 49,000 soldiers, federal employees and contractors and a labor earnings impact of nearly $2.9 billion within Pierce County.