Eunjoo Greenhouse is set to join the agency Oct. 24 after years in King County government.
The county and state are implementing a new traffic signal system that synchronizes the corridor and adjusts to demand.
A 1-mile stretch of U.S. 2 was closed for hours in both directions Sunday because of the Bolt Creek fire near Skykomish. It… Continue reading
City officials hope roundabouts, sidewalks and more will turn 2 miles of busy road into a neighborhood street.
The move to let children ride ferries for free is the latest result of Move Ahead Washington legislation.
More than 300 Herald readers responded to an online poll. Here are the results.
Those options weren’t what voters approved — and would be like “butchering” the plan, the Snohomish County executive said.
Construction is set for roundabouts on South Lake Stevens Road and one at North Davies Road and Vernon Road.
The highway was closed from the Money Creek tunnel to Skykomish, mile posts 46 to 50.
Probably not, according to a Department of Ecology spokesperson, since diesel emissions are getting “cleaner.”
The first of three intersection closures is set for North Davies Road and Vernon Road next month.
After 908 days without a high-rise bridge, the drivers and passengers of West Seattle regained seven road lanes.
Collision data showed drivers weren’t yielding to oncoming traffic, so the state changed the highway intersection signal.
Bike lanes, complete sidewalks and lower speeds are some ideas for the 3½-mile stretch between the cities.
The service, called Zip, will run for one year in an area near Alderwood mall. Fares cost the same as a bus ride.
Longtime employees Devin Ryan, Aron Chaudiere and Ryan Brown bought the business that’s been around since 1976.
People with disabilities are asking city and county leaders to rely on their bodies, rides and transit for seven days.
Community Transit leaders expect young ridership to grow as schools distribute ORCA cards in fall.
Service will resume on Sept. 26. One roundtrip will be offered daily, with a second added later.
An old yellow was used in some spots between Everett and Lynnwood until the standard white paint was applied.