Street Smarts

Need for speed drives design of new Swift bus stops

The Swift Green line is to open next spring. It will connect Boeing with the Canyon Park area.

Holy traffic, bus driver! To the BAT lanes!

The newest bus rapid transit lanes are on 128th Street leading to the I-5 on-ramps.

Rain wins, for now: Remaining US 2 work put off until spring

The dry season has ended, so a moisture-sensitive repaving project on the trestle is postponed.

Have a look at the unspecific long-range Edmonds ferry plan

The latest proposal by Washington State Ferries leaves open the possibility of relocating the terminal.

Maltby Cafe’s cinnamon rolls are safe from highway project

Three proposals for a Highway 522 interchange all protect local businesses.

Walkers and drivers in Sultan will get rail safety reminders

Awareness campaign aims to reduce deaths and injuries on tracks.

Traffic fixes on the way for clogged-up I-5

The state plans to open the northbound shoulder to traffic between Everett and Marysville.

In tight alleys, courteous driving is the guiding rule

Also, there is no posted speed limit, which indicates they are 25 mph.

Abandoned shopping carts are a public nuisance

Some cities have laws making stores retrieve stolen carts when they are reported. But not here.

Highway 9 roundabout construction delayed until spring

Work was supposed to begin months ago, but additional design work became necessary.

Accuracy of gas station pumps getting checked less and less

The agency in charge of weights and measures is inspecting a wide array of meters with reduced staff.

George Basioli, of Edmonds, who is blind, demonstrates the neccessity of exact standards for sidewalks , curbs, crosswalks, bus stops and more Friday in downtown Everett. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Years and billions: Fixing sidewalks, ramps for the disabled

Snohomish County and cities face a mammoth task in making walkways compliant with ADA regulations.

George Basioli, of Edmonds, who is blind, demonstrates the neccessity of exact standards for sidewalks , curbs, crosswalks, bus stops and more Friday in downtown Everett. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Why is that Wi-Fi sign on I-5? We travel back to 2006 …

It’s supposed to steer drivers toward the Snohomish County Tourism Bureau in Lynnwood.

Refresher course: Back-to-school rules of the road

As classes resume, here’s what you need to know about school zones, school buses and more.

As always, holiday traffic hard to predict

Your best bet for hitting the road for Labor Day is to leave early in the morning or wait until night.

Readers raise safety concerns at busy Smokey Point interchange

Drivers and pedestrians both have issues over who’s got the right of way.

Just us, or are the US 2 trestle expansion joints noisier?

More work is coming to smooth out the ride over the newly paved bridge.

We’ve got the scoop on 63 tons per day of poop

Nearly every city in Snohomish County has a law requiring pet owners to pick up their pets’ waste.

Marine Drive opens after six-week closure for slide repairs

The repaired road is between Warm Beach and Stanwood.

Speed bumps, speed humps are going away as popularity fades

Studies show many drivers speed up between humps to “make up for lost time.”