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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.
The city doesn’t keep a list of median curb conditions, but people can identify and report problems.
Everett Transit’s service changes could stabilize its budget, at the expense of availability.
The Snohomish County transit agency has concurrent plans for slow and fast economic recovery.
Marysville’s traffic engineer rebuffed a claim that the city’s streets are all built to be 35 mph.
Ben Howard Road and Mann Road are in line for culverts and elevation gains.
Sharing Wheels Community Bike Shop needs volunteers for weekly work parties to give children bikes.
Keep your eyes peeled and let the cyclists go, drivers. But the new law doesn’t mean bikes can zip by.
WSDOT wants to know what people think of the existing highway link and its eventual replacement.
With Snohomish County school districts mostly using remote learning, drivers still should slow down.
In Marysville, someone on 145th Street Northeast kept seeing cars blocking their fence gate.
Snohomish County wants public input on housing types in the areas around light rail stations.
Snohomish County’s regional trail from Arlington to Darrington was interrupted by slides and washouts.
Bickford Ford is paying for a traffic signal on Bickford Avenue as part of its expansion.