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Leafline Trails Coalition, Snohomish County Transportation Coalition and others toured some trail gaps.
Community Transit is using the change to imagine service when light rail reaches Snohomish County.
Two options before the City Council would reduce at least one vehicle lane along 100th Avenue W.
In the past, parking spilled from Wallace Falls State Park into town. Decals could avoid conflicts.
Lawn care complicated our transportation columnist’s commitment to ditch his car for 1-mile trips.
The agency is reallocating 4,000 service hours that will be saved by ending commuter routes at Northgate.
The connection would skirt west of downtown from Highway 532 north toward Old Pacific Highway.
An initiative challenges elected officials to a week without driving in Snohomish County and elsewhere.
At the same time the highway gets expanded, Sound Transit is developing bus rapid transit lines.
Harbour Reach Drive has one vehicle lane in each direction plus bike lanes and sidewalks.
For now, drivers heading east must be patient at the red light when turning right to head east.
Extreme temperatures in late June, likely a result of climate change, damaged asphalt and concrete.
Don’t pick a route almost entirely uphill and along a single-lane highway without shoulders.
Some drivers try shortcuts that frustrate neighbors and add to the gridlock in the area.
The change is part of a “complete streets” demonstration for shared roads — and it could be the future.
Survey results show strong support for growth options, which prompted the City Council to act.
Community Transit is planning a pilot program next spring and wants to hear what people think.
Crews will soon begin building a second northbound Highway 9 lane near Market Place.
A reader asks how the city addresses a situation where so many don’t negotiate a curve.
Not everyone was on their best behavior, but a newbie transit rider managed to master the bike rack.