Saturday, March 2, 2024
The road between Arlington and Lake Stevens has cracks and potholes. An emergency repairs contract is in the works.
The city could build bike-only paths and sidewalks on Fulton Street between California Street and Pacific Avenue.
The bike racks are functional public art by artist Brian Borello, who made 22 for the city.
Expect traffic disruptions and weekend closures as crews build the roundabout at Highway 9 and South Lake Stevens Road.
Investments in highways, transit and culverts are part of Democrats’ proposal.
A contractor will replace 108 concrete panels and eight expansion joints on northbound lanes.
Some council members and residents questioned the equity of a red-light and school-speed-zone program.
Snow Goose Transit runs on weekdays, offering 15 stops and — for those with mobility issues — door-to-door service.
Meanwhile, Lynnwood was inundated with entries in a contest to name a city plow. One idea? Plowy McPlowface.
Work on a possible residential development tracked dirt onto the road. Marysville made the company clean it.
Once the cars reach Lynnwood and Mountlake Terrace, bus service and traffic could shift dramatically.
A lot of people chimed in with encouragement, experiences and advice on how to do active transportation.
Lawmakers have had the recommendation to implement the road usage charge since 2020.
Light rail is expected to let the agency redeploy service hours by ending routes that went into Seattle.
A final report to the Community Transit board and Everett City Council is due by mid-2023. Then voters could decide.
Maybe, but transportation and disability advocates want design features to make crossing safe.
East or west of I-5? How close to Alderwood mall, Boeing or Paine Field? Sound Transit wants input.
Everett school bus drivers say some aren’t always following the rules around their buses and students.
After the Week Without Driving challenge, our transportation columnist reflects on a recent scene in Everett.
The Week Without Driving challenged policymakers and planning professionals to ditch their vehicles.