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But I finally have a transit fare card, and I worry less about the COVID-19 risk on buses.
An online open house and survey explore how bus service should evolve — and how much it will cost.
People who buy qualifying electric cars and charging stations can get hundreds of dollars back.
The city is finishing an ADA transition plan to identify right-of-way barriers and how to fix them.
The highway’s long had backups. But now drivers are using apps that take them onto narrow side roads.
A stretch of 40th Avenue NE is mostly used for heavy trucking and isn’t in line for repairs soon.
Legislators propose requiring zipper merge instruction in drivers education and in license test.
So far, no government is seriously considering such a service, which would cost millions of dollars.
Our transportation columnist’s one-month check-in: Convenience is a tough drug to kick.
The Incident Response Team clears collisions, debris and stalled vehicles to keep traffic moving.
Ric Ilgenfritz anticipates continued growth and more bus service adjustments as light rail extends north.
A reader asked if a roundabout is planned at 67th Avenue NE and 108th Street NE. The city says no.
A reader asked whether they are allowed. The law’s clear on when.
Bus cuts, light rail and road work highlight the year ahead for Snohomish County.
Having a car is expensive but convenient. I’m challenging you and me to make small changes.
A reader asked about 168th Street Southwest and Highway 99 signage, which a city engineer says is OK.
Sound Transit is working on realignment plans for upcoming capital projects, including Everett Link.
Several improvements to the Boeing freeway are under consideration to save time, reduce crashes.
As Link stations crawl northward, officials are looking for input what housing to allow around them.
The city’s draft ADA Transition Plan identifies hundreds of deficient locations. Comment ends soon.