Sound Transit Central Link 101-135 are light rail vehicles (LRV) built by Kinkisharyo International. Each LRV consists of three cars; A- and B-cars with driving stations and a central C-car. They are used on the Central Link Light Rail line. The contract for the 35 LRVs was awarded to Kinkisharyo International LLC and Mitsui & Co. (USA) Inc. in 2003. The first car was delivered in November 2006 with delivery continuing into 2008.
The LRVs are constructed of low-alloy, high-tensile steel. Construction of the frames and shells took place in Osaka, Japan with final assembly in the Puget Sound region, which along with domestic content, fulfill "Buy America" requirements. The 95-foot-long vehicles are 70 percent low floor and are fully accessible. They can accommodate a total of 200 passengers and are equipped with bike racks. Each LRV is equipped with CCTV cameras, passenger counters, a WLAN maintenance connection to the maintenance facility, Ethernet trainline and a Monitoring Diagnostic System.