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State transportation planners will hold an open house next week.
The state says it would have to widen the road to add one at Sleepy Hollow Road.
For now, though, if your car gets the notice that it’s due for a test, you still have to go in.
Amber is the golden color for a reader’s idea. But a trooper warns it still might not be wise.
State engineers suspect there might be a hidden underground water source washing out the area.
James Brooke talks about life beyond the giant “student driver” sticker.
One switch puts each billing and customer service function out to bid.
A tangle of three transportation agencies and other public entities are involved in maintenance.
They cover voids left by a disintegrated wooden pipe. It could be weeks before they’re filled.
New paint and a sign go in at the northbound I-5 off-ramp to 172nd Street in response to a reader.
A traffic study estimated the addition of 3,465 trips to the new Pilot Travel Center at Highway 530.
The turn lane from the Mukilteo Speedway to Lincoln Way and Highway 99 now is properly marked.
WSDOT gives a curious reader a very detailed explanation of how they fix pavement.
When there’s no homeowner to maintain greenery next to a sidewalk, the county mows — but infrequently.
Later this month, buses are expected to have a way to escape morning backups.
Few commuters use transit or carpool. You’re likely one of them. What stands in the way?
The Swift Green line is to open next spring. It will connect Boeing with the Canyon Park area.
The newest bus rapid transit lanes are on 128th Street leading to the I-5 on-ramps.
The dry season has ended, so a moisture-sensitive repaving project on the trestle is postponed.
The latest proposal by Washington State Ferries leaves open the possibility of relocating the terminal.