The Federal Transit Administration awarded state ferries a $4.9 million grant to help electrify the Mukilteo-Clinton route.
The agency leased the BYD K11M for $132,000 this year as the first step in its zero-emission planning process.
The public space additions are envisioned as boosting access to the Mountlake Terrace Transit Center.
Its board approved $6 million to study an East Link “starter line.” Lynnwood Mayor Christine Frizzell said: “Snohomish County wants to ride, too.”
The highway will close 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. Wednesday and Thursday between 178th Street SE and Reiter Road.
During weekend work, contractor crews are slated to try to repaint northbound temporary lane striping past 41st Street.
Concrete panel replacement is scheduled to resume this weekend, which means lane reductions and closures.
A driver was in a collision and got out of his vehicle when another driver struck and killed him, state troopers said.
A reader asked when the segment would open because it will cut almost 1.5 miles from his daily bike commute.
After adopting free fare for riders 18 and under in September, youth ridership accounted for 11% to 28% on 13 routes.
Snohomish County’s top transportation stories include Sound Transit Link, bus agency changes and highway shifts.
A reader asked if there were plans to turn the lane on the hill south of 5th Street into a bike and pedestrian space.
The predicted third-busiest holiday travel season since 2000 faces a wintry mix of traffic jams and flight issues.
The permit process, which required a traffic study and other analyses, is taking longer than the Port of Everett hoped.
The Sound Transit board is considering the sequence for four upcoming light rail projects after pandemic and strike delays.
Open houses are scheduled for Thursday and Friday. There’s also an online survey.
Crews need to replace a girder on the 12th Street NE bridge that was damaged by an overheight load in September 2021.
Construction crews need warmer temps for the work to remove what a reader described as “mini raised speed bumps.”
Reducing service, by 78 trips total on 9 routes, could make for more reliable arrivals and departures in March.
A prankster, or pranksters, lugged the electrified rides to an area not meant for the public on the Grand Avenue Park Bridge.