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With service reduced around Puget Sound due to the pandemic, it will not be the fun ferry ride of yore.
It will be west of Alderwood mall, but Link to Everett is years away, so the exact site isn’t settled.
Millions in federal CARES Act funding is marked for Community and Everett transit agencies.
Do you prefer the 185th street corridor, the Aurora Transit Center or decongestion?
Parking spaces at the Lynnwood Transit Center park and ride are moving around, but numbers steady.
A coalition of civic leaders is pressing its case for inclusion of the money in state roads budget.
Lawmakers and transit agency leaders are still far apart on how to reduce the cost of those tabs.
One westbound lane is scheduled to close to replace a safety barrier from Highway 204 to I-5.
The city already has seven electric buses in operation since 2018 that have logged 121,000 miles.
The City Council asked Everett Transit to prepare more detailed reports on financial forecasts.
The popular rentable electric scooters were removed from the city last week and will return in spring.
An east-west route could tie in with the proposed ultra-high-speed rail between B.C. and Portland.
The board points to Peter Rogoff’s regional relationships, timely communication and collaborative tone.
The project would extend the light rail from Angle Lake south to the city of Federal Way.
The decision was related to the Amtrak derailment on Sound Transit-owned tracks in DuPont in 2017.
Held hostage by an onslaught of cars that clog U.S. 2, Sky Valley residents rally for a solution.
The $30 car-tab measure blows a $451 million hole in the transportation budget.
Under a tentative proposal, commuters would have the option to transfer to light rail trains.
They claim I-976 is unconstitutionally broad. Tim Eyman calls the litigation a “slap in the face” of voters.
At the Microsoft-hosted Cascadia Rail Summit, enthusiasm rubbed against an anti-tax message of I-976.