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The major transportation stories to track in the coming year involve Everett, Lynnwood and Mukilteo.
Four state workers spend 16 hours every week removing graffiti in King and Snohomish counties.
Street Smarts will continue as a resource for readers to get answers and will focus on justice.
A new passenger is steering Street Smarts columnist Lizz Giordano away from The Daily Herald.
The trolleys ran to Seattle from 1910 to 1939, along a similar route to what light rail will follow.
Heaviest traffic in the region is expected Wednesday between 4 and 6 p.m.
Under a tentative proposal, commuters would have the option to transfer to light rail trains.
If an exhaust system has been modified to make it louder than the factory setting, that’s a violation.
It will be a literal sea change for the nation’s biggest system — and a technically ambitious one.
Buildings as tall as 12 stories are now allowed near the future Sound Transit light rail station.
A plan with seven cameras was shelved a decade ago, citing erratic driving councilmember reassess.
Also: An update on Highway 99 tolling, and expect to see more electric buses in Everett.
The $75 per vehicle funds new electric charging stations around the state — which hybrids don’t need.
More than 13,500 Snohomish County residents, about 4% of the workforce, spend three hours commuting.
The project is one of many planned to keep up with one of the fastest-growing parts of Snohomish County.
Juicers keep the battery powered vehicles moving on Everett’s streets.
After making a helpful suggestion, a driver has waited years for change at 112th Street SE and 7th Avenue.
Back to back weekend closures of the highway — starting September 6 — is needed to complete the work.
The most common question submitted to Street Smarts: How do I get a roundabout installed?
Tow trucks heading toward a scene should be given the right of way, just like emergency responders.