Some City Council members and residents continue to question the equity of the planned red-light and school-speed-zone program.
Light from modern vehicles often appear brighter and can cause worse glare. But new tech could help.
So far flights out of Paine Field in Everett have been unaffected. No picketing was seen there Friday.
Union members have held out for better benefits and pay since December. Missed concrete deliveries have delayed work.
One reader noticed more litter along Highway 522. Cleaning up is a team effort of state agencies, volunteers and inmates.
Gov. Jay Inslee and Democrat lawmakers call it transformative at an event at the Mukilteo ferry terminal.
The Everett City Council approved a $2 million contract to find alternative designs for the highly trafficked spot.
The city’s getting $5 million for the Grove Street overcrossing and $500,000 for 156th Street NE.
Each route has to go through several stages before service is restored to pre-pandemic levels.
Sound Transit wants your feedback on possible Link rail and station locations.
The road between Arlington and Lake Stevens has cracks and potholes. An emergency repairs contract is in the works.
Around $600 million will be poured into Snohomish County projects, including a U.S. 2 trestle replacement.
The city could build bike-only paths and sidewalks on Fulton Street between California Street and Pacific Avenue.
The county is planning how to accommodate newcomers. Here are four takeaways from newly adopted growth targets.
The bike racks are functional public art by artist Brian Borello, who made 22 for the city.
Both mountain passes across I-90 and U.S. 2 were shut off to travelers Monday morning.
The agency lost 8% of its drivers over a vaccine requirement. Hiring for those spots takes 12 to 16 weeks.
Expect traffic disruptions and weekend closures as crews build the roundabout at Highway 9 and South Lake Stevens Road.
State Democrats crafted the proposal that proposes roughly $600M of state investments in Snohomish County over 16 years.
Sound Transit cut 18 daily trips on express routes through March 19. Meanwhile, Community Transit is hiring.