The geographic distribution throughout the region of the greatest amount of travel delay per person today, in 2040 without the Regional Transportation Plan, and in 2040 with the plan. (Puget Sound Regional Council)

The geographic distribution throughout the region of the greatest amount of travel delay per person today, in 2040 without the Regional Transportation Plan, and in 2040 with the plan. (Puget Sound Regional Council)

Traffic’s going to worsen, but don’t worry, there’s a $40B plan

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