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Heavy rains have filled the Snohomish River and its tributaries to the point that cranes have had to park on the U.S. 2 trestle three… Continue reading
Sealing pavement cracks is a cheap way to extend the useful life of a road used by many agencies tasked with road upkeep. The filled… Continue reading
The Washington State Department of Transportation is upgrading all of its remaining three-rope median cable barriers in the region to four ropes. “This gives the… Continue reading
Baker Drive includes an odd little U-shaped access street that runs mostly parallel to Mukilteo Boulevard, the main drag through Everett’s Boulevard Bluffs neighborhood. It… Continue reading
A surge in boardings in 2017 pushed Washington State Ferries to its highest ridership since 2002. The nation’s largest ferry system carried nearly 24.5 million… Continue reading
Edmonds has $35,000 to address local residents’ concerns about speeding in their neighborhoods. Now, city staff need to decide where to spend it. The Traffic… Continue reading
The area near Swedish Medical Center on 128th Street is bustling with activity.
By 2040, planners hope to see the Everett-to-Seattle trip take 65 minutes by light rail.
The Monroe-area bridge will be replaced with concrete. Other replacements await federal money.
A Marysville reader wrote in about a situation on Highway 528, west of Highway 9. There, drivers often leave their blinkers on and cause confusion,… Continue reading
Snohomish County workers have installed stop signs at a dangerous “T” intersection in the Machias area. Street Smarts readers over the years have expressed concerns… Continue reading
Back in spring 2016, we wrote about a planned crosswalk improvement at the busy “T” intersection of Alverson Boulevard and West Marine View Drive at… Continue reading
A story idea in the works for Street Smarts is a list of noteworthy personalized license plates. Sometimes, especially after the rush of the holidays,… Continue reading
One lane has a reinforced concrete-type header instead of a plate. Both are used on other bridges.