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Faded 41st Street lane markings eyed for refresh next year
A reader asked about the I-5 interchange lane striping after reportedly seeing lots of driver confusion.
$123M project starting on Highway 529 interchange, I-5 HOV lane
A reader wondered why the highway had a lane closure despite not seeing work done. Crews were waiting on the weather.
Darrington PE teacher seeks donations for bike education
Gavin Gladsjo is looking for $6,000 in donations for bike, helmets and lessons for kindergarten through fifth grade.
For Everett’s electric unicyclists, it’s all about balance
“Two years ago, people looked at you like you were an alien,” said Jeff Smith, an electric unicycle rider who lives in Marysville.
Almost one-quarter of Edmonds school’s students join Bike to School Day
Group rides about a half-mile north and south of the school drew huge interest at Sherwood Elementary School.
Lake Stevens, Marysville seek Bayview Trail design input
The cities are working on plans for the paved trail that would generally follow high-tension power lines west of Highway 9.
Want ride-hailing at bus prices in Arlington? Let Community Transit know
The transit agency is in early development for microtransit services in Arlington, Darrington and Lake Stevens.
Plan aims to restore ‘community’ to Community Transit bus service
Dropping commuter routes into Seattle next year will let the agency redeploy buses and drivers throughout the county.
Is late merging at U.S. 2 trestle legal? Is it bad etiquette?
Yes, it’s legal and generally recommended for efficiency, as long as it’s done safely and doesn’t hold up traffic flow.
Lynnwood students pitch transportation safety solutions near school
Barbara Bromley’s fifth-grade class at Hazelwood Elementary School analyzed traffic issues near the parking lot.
Reader: Arlington highway intersection signal change confusing
At the city’s request, the state changed the left-turn sequence. An Arlington reader said drivers are jumping the queue.
Lake Stevens development prompts Highway 9 signal change soon
Turning left from Soper Hill Road can be a long wait now. Flashing yellow turn signals could help with more traffic.
Yes, it’s legal (and risky) to bike on WA highways — with big exceptions
A reader asked about the legality of biking on the shoulder of U.S. 2 after a run-in with law enforcement.
Highway 9 due for more road work between Lake Stevens, Marysville
The state has a contract for crews to go out this year and repair the road between 132nd Street NE and Highway 528.
Edmonds seeks traffic-calming program applications
For several years, radar speed signs have been the dominant answer. Depending on data and requests, that could change.
Reader asks: What are the rules for accessible parking?
A Lake Stevens man noticed all of the accessible spots were taken up at his regular lunch spot.
Community Transit overhaul accounts for light rail timeline limbo
The Snohomish County agency has planned a major redesign for service once light rail gets here.
Community Transit testing 60-foot electric bus
The agency leased the BYD K11M for $132,000 this year as the first step in its zero-emission planning process.
Paved path, plaza coming to Mountlake Terrace near light rail
The public space additions are envisioned as boosting access to the Mountlake Terrace Transit Center.
Wonky I-5 lane striping in Everett to get temporary refresh
During weekend work, contractor crews are slated to try to repaint northbound temporary lane striping past 41st Street.