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Since the pilot began in mid-May, over 28,000 rides have been taken in the city.
City Council is considering permanently adding the rentable scooters to city.
Emails between port officials and market leaders reveal concerns about maintaining order.
Tow trucks heading toward a scene should be given the right of way, just like emergency responders.
The state aims to release a design for the corridor this fall, with work starting in 2021 or 2022.
Crews were able to finish major work ahead of schedule. Overnight lane reductions are still to come.
The plan also includes demolishing its Broadway building for a new treatment and addiction center.
Three years after unionizing the bargaining team is still negotiating a contract with the agency.
The City Council is considering doubling the number of marijuana shops.
With clear skies expected, the state Department of Transportation plans to repave the roadway.
The seat was left open after Dave Earling decided not to seek a third term.
Drivers use the maneuver to bypass a line of cars, waiting to merge until the last second.
A group wants to form a business improvement area to transform the largely industrial neighborhood.
Since 2016, the agency has expanded by 25 percent. New recruits include PhDs and retirees.
The parking lot south of the Swift terminal will be expanded to accommodate the new spaces.
And switch direction to adjust to current conditions rather than stick to a strict schedule.
Limited parking and future construction at the port prompted the exploration of other locations.
Mike Nelson said the debt, which was paid off last year, doesn’t disqualify him from office.
A study says the network from Portland to Vancouver could cost up to $42 billion — and serve Everett.
Buildings 10 stories or higher could tower over stops off I-5 at Ash Way and Mariner park and rides.