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Juicers keep the battery powered vehicles moving on Everett’s streets.
The building taking shape on the waterfront is set to open on schedule in the fall of 2020.
Soon after service to Snohomish County begins in 2024, trains are forecast to carry up to 55,000 riders a day.
With clear skies expected, the state Department of Transportation plans to repave the roadway.
On tap: Shorter commute times and changes coming to local neighborhood
A study says the network from Portland to Vancouver could cost up to $42 billion — and serve Everett.
Buildings 10 stories or higher could tower over stops off I-5 at Ash Way and Mariner park and rides.
They will be phased in between now and 2024 as Link service greatly expands north, east and south.
It’ll help pay for a new hybrid-electric ferry and converting 2 vessels to run on electricity and fuel.
Snohomish County officials worry the underground segments could slow light rail’s arrival in Everett.
Snohomish County leaders aren’t sold on plans to study underground routes to West Seattle and Ballard.
The project aims to save time for commuters heading to and through Marysville.
It is the cause of 30 percent of all traffic deaths across the state, and the numbers keep rising.
If lawmakers toll all of 405 and Highway 167, it may mean money to unclog the interstate in Bothell.
Meeting on ferries set for May 1 in Coupeville
San Juan Airlines begins scheduled passenger service from Everett to Friday Harbor on May 1.
Summer brings the season of repaving and repairing. Here’s a list of WSDOT work for Snohomish County.
From The Daily Herald’s office in Everett it took me 45 minutes using Community Transit’s Swift lines.
They want to toll 405 south of Bellevue and Highway 167 but can’t agree on use of the future dollars.
The Whidbey Island ride might be short, but it’s the busiest for traffic — 2.3 million vehicles per year.