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Congestion continues to be a tedious reality for commuters on I-405, which is as clogged as ever.
Crews will begin the first phase of work Thursday and Friday, weather permitting.
The seats will be taken apart and the various materials recycled.
Gasoline use is declining, so revenue is plummeting. Volunteers will report the miles they drive.
China’s decision to stop accepting waste plastic puts a hold on area car seat recycling programs.
The speed limit was lifted to 60 mph between the Snohomish River and Monroe.
The state’s annual tally of people bicycling and walking helps design new projects.
About eight of 10 car seats are installed incorrectly, according to Safe Kids Snohomish County.
Confused by the state’s new distracted driving law? The Washington State Patrol and Washington Traffic Safety Commission recently released a YouTube video that answers common… Continue reading
at least, if you’re… Continue reading
Street Smarts reader Dave Heinke, of Lake Stevens, writes: “I’m a daily driver on I-405 between Everett and Bellevue. The northbound lanes still consistently back… Continue reading
Ferry riders coming through the Mukilteo terminal may need to plan for overnight closures of Highway 526 this weekend. All lanes of westbound… Continue reading
Staggered start times were set to go away for many shift workers at Boeing’s Everett plant starting Monday. If you work there and are wondering… Continue reading
Those who drive I-405 since carpool lanes were converted to toll lanes two years ago have grown to appreciate the option, new survey… Continue reading
It is a titch annoying to have to stop for trucks that aren’t even there. Street Smarts reader Patricia Johnson, of Lake Stevens, wonders why… Continue reading
The Suquamish’s 1,110-ton superstructure, which took 18 months to construct at Jesse Engineering in Tacoma, arrived in Seattle on Aug. 17. The superstructure, which makes… Continue reading