“University of Washington’s Very Own Student Transit Expert.”
You heard that right. My name is Fa’aumu Kaimana, and I am a College of Arts and Sciences student double-majoring in Medical Anthropology and Sociology. Public transit is my way of learning about the different communities in the Puget Sound, from places like White Center, Issaquah, and Stanwood, to places like Olympia and Bellingham. I operate on major corridors during my free time, such as Sounder Commuter Rail, Link Light Rail, and Seattle’s unique trolleybus system. My major transit accomplishments include riding 185 miles round trip from University of Washington to Western Washington University before beginning my studies at the former.