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.
A Snohomish reader writes about noticing more motorized use of the 30-mile path.
Lake Stevens and Marysville worked together on the traffic infrastructure because of nearby development.
Starting Monday, the links between the freeway and highway will close nightly for light rail work.
Meanwhile, a reader is upset with a “hidden” 3% fee for using a credit card to pay for registration.
The landmark civil rights legislation ensures people have equitable access in public places.
The temporary retaining wall blocks will be replaced with different retaining wall blocks.
The city wants to encourage social distancing and active transportation. That means biking, walking.
Development sites have requirements. Paving season is underway in unincorporated Snohomish County.
The diamond/square-shaped panels are wireless antennas/radios for the city’s Ethernet communication.
It will be west of Alderwood mall, but Link to Everett is years away, so the exact site isn’t settled.