Prepare for chaotic holiday traffic and high energy bills. Also, Snohomish County has five cold weather shelters.
In a new suit, the Legislature contends two of the governor’s vetoes were unconstitutional.
Lawmakers have had the recommendation to implement the road usage charge since 2020.
The name has ties to indigenous culture and a Nirvana album. In English, it means “stinking water.”
The name honors the river flowing south from the Olympic foothills into Grays Harbor.
Light rail is expected to let the agency redeploy service hours by ending routes that went into Seattle.
Bridge 102 just east of Granite Falls was built in 1934. It has withstood quakes but might not survive time.
He’ll chair a transportation committee that decides how billions of dollars are spent on roads, bridges, buses and more.
Per a letter to Sound Transit, the mayor and planning director say they want four stations open as soon as possible.
A final report to the Community Transit board and Everett City Council is due by mid-2023. Then voters could decide.
Maybe, but transportation and disability advocates want design features to make crossing safe.
Drivers and ferry riders could be in for long waits, depending on when they go.
East or west of I-5? How close to Alderwood mall, Boeing or Paine Field? Sound Transit wants input.
Everett school bus drivers say some aren’t always following the rules around their buses and students.
The Lynnwood City Council did not have the five votes necessary to undo Mayor Nicola Smith’s veto.
Marysville is installing new signals at Highway 528 and 67th Avenue NE. Work is set through late November.
A detour takes drivers to 56th Avenue W, then north to 220th Street SW and back to I-5 North.
After the Week Without Driving challenge, our transportation columnist reflects on a recent scene in Everett.
Reporter Andrea Brown commuted on the “20-minute” sailing between Mukilteo and Clinton. Service is taking a toll.
The Week Without Driving challenged policymakers and planning professionals to ditch their vehicles.