A state grant with money from the Volkswagen emissions cheating settlement helped fund the the project.
They’re the first Level 3 chargers in north Everett and the Snohomish County PUD’s first for public use. More could follow.
Passenger-train service between Vancouver, B.C. and Seattle, WA. is set to resume in September for the first time since the start of the pandemic. It’s… Continue reading
Company BattGenie set up a container with dozens of used electric bus batteries that charge during non-peak times.
Spurred by the Legislature’s transportation package, the agency is looking to implement the policy this fall.
Public works crews can remove heavy concrete panels from sidewalks, so the ground underneath can be restored.
Hitting the road Thursday could help skirt most of the projected traffic, whether you’re driving or taking a ferry.
The price of a new plate will rise from $10 to $50, and replacing a lost plate will increase from $10 to $30.
A six-year transportation improvement program’s annual update included bridges for Broadway and Lowell Snohomish River Road.
Both options negate the spur along Airport Road to the Boeing and Paine Field area long supported by county leaders.
Tree-lined curb medians and turn pockets will replace the shared left turn lane by next year.
Timm is set to start a three-year term in September. She is currently CEO of a regional transit system in Virginia.
The Skagit County-based agency changed its policy in light of the latest state transportation package.
The state is building four roundabouts near Frontier Village to help manage traffic and improve pedestrian access.
Work on Sound Transit’s light rail station and parking garage requires the closures through spring 2023.
Leafline Trail Coalition’s map has over 900 miles through King, Kitsap, Pierce and Snohomish counties.
Washington State Ferries is holding another round of virtual meetings for updates and questions.
The bridge abruptly closed in 2020 and is planned to be reopened the week of Sept. 12.
Current and former employees asked the board and CEO to rescind a COVID-19 vaccine requirement.
Drivers on 35th Avenue SE hoping to turn left onto Seattle Hill Road have different phasing if they’re going east or west.