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When in doubt, call the PUD for streetlight outages in Snohomish County.
Construction has started on the 34 stations that will be used for the Swift Green Line, Community Transit’s second bus rapid transit line that is… Continue reading
After county crews repaved 164th Avenue W, raised pavement markings that helped guide two lanes of turning traffic from 13th Avenue W were not replaced.… Continue reading
The Washington State Department of Transportation offers information to help guide planning.
Adding a right-turn signal at 112th St. and 7th Ave. is turning out to be a bit more complicated.
Rosemary Maxon, of Everett, wrote in about problems she’s seen at the McCollum Park & Ride in Everett, including a need for better lighting, directional… Continue reading
It will mark the second year of three years of resurfacing projects from Everett to Skykomish.
Have automatic daytime running headlights? Don’t neglect the taillights
Utility work for the Mountlake Terrace Elementary School reconstruction project will close 52nd Avenue W between 220th and 219th Streets SW, 7… Continue reading
A couple nearby keeps a folder of photos and witness reports. The newest entry was a few weeks ago.
Project aimed at treating stormwater before it reaches Ebey Slough is similar to Third Street work.
County looking to install signs to help visitors navigate aviation attractions
Clean Sweep Litter pilot program will pick back up in spring
State traffic law defines them as pedestrians, and yet they are often in the middle of the street.
Callow Road is scheduled to close for two months, starting Monday, for sewer and sidewalk upgrades. A nearly one-mile stretch of the… Continue reading
Street Smarts reader Julie Hanner wonders about changes for drivers exiting the Winco shopping complex onto eastbound 116th Street in Marysville. The new intersection configuration… Continue reading
Bunk Foss Road at U.S. 2 off-ramp near Highway 9 gets safety upgrade, but safety concerns remain.
Northbound I-5 lanes in Marysville got a new layer of asphalt, but rainy weather means the southbound lanes will have to wait until next year.… Continue reading