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Drivers and pedestrians both have issues over who’s got the right of way.
More work is coming to smooth out the ride over the newly paved bridge.
Nearly every city in Snohomish County has a law requiring pet owners to pick up their pets’ waste.
Studies show many drivers speed up between humps to “make up for lost time.”
The work is on the new intersection is expected to resume after Labor Day.
Summer means roadways across Snohomish County are being repaired.
Finding money for the pricey projects is a challenge.
Like for instance when a traffic signal doesn’t know you’re there.
WSDOT engineers are taking a look at the intersection, but mostly recommend driving cautiously.
The county once planned to develop a park with ball fields, but backed off after the locals resisted.
A new roundabout intersection under construction in Tulalip will serve an expanded casino and serve as a “gateway” to tribal land. Crews are installing a… Continue reading
It’s a test to see if on-time staff helps avoid crew-shortage delays, but commuters call it a waste.
For example: “What do trucks, buses and cars that drive through our state pay?”
Kelsey Osborne, who taught first grade in Lake Stevens, was just shy of 30 when she died unexpectedly.
A lawmaker says bottlenecks and habitat-blocking culverts are not getting solved any time soon.
Because July 4 falls on a weekday, it’s hard to predict the worst times to hit the road.
Ken Gross’ 1971 Chevelle was the latest victim of what he dubs “The Big Dip” on Highway 96 (128th Street) near McCollum Park in south… Continue reading