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Construction will continue throughout the summer and into the fall at different points.
It was installed last year but the finishing touches have waited for warmer weather,
Carol Forsberg, of Everett, writes: “Coming off Broadway and wanting to go up to 41st, there is no turn lane by the new Everett school… Continue reading
Adding 15 minutes to travel time just for waiting at a traffic light? Yep. It took up to five cycles for Cheryl Perhatch, of Everett,… Continue reading
It must be perfectly dry when repaving material is applied. They will try again next weekend.
Summer ferry schedules start June 24. Washington State Ferries plans to post its “best times” for travel soon. Based on last year’s summer’s tips (which… Continue reading
June is Orca Month in Washington. Throughout the month you can find pop-up presentations about our Southern Resident orca friends on Washington State Ferry routes… Continue reading
Taking an RV on the ferry this summer? Pulling a trailer? You may be interested in this factoid. (Whether it’s a fun fact likely depends… Continue reading
… Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin, who edged out Mukilteo Mayor Jennifer Gregerson.
He is 1 of only 2 in Community Transit’s 41-year history to reach the “3 Million Mile” milestone.
As driving classes make a comeback, state imposes new standards for school instruction.
Planners hope the changes result in fewer crashes and a safer environment for pedestrians.
The work will result in a new 60-foot fish passage.
This time, two businesses did so with permission from the city of Everett. It’s consolation of sorts.
Cheats, hacks and Little Brother in your car: Yes, there are security concerns.
The change aims to alleviate peak-hour congestion.
As the Memorial Day weekend exodus began, transportation crews filled the whole with cement.
In fact, AAA expects more cars on the roads this Memorial Day weekend.
The project aims to improve traffic flow as well as make travel safer for cyclists.
Sprince Arbogast says NPR reporting doesn’t require a unique name and that I-5 at U.S. 2 is the worst.