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Thumbnail for - PubliCalendar Extra: Thank Your Transit Driver
Mar 18, 2014
The C is for Crank Recommends...
Thumbnail for - The Waterfront Gondola is Really Happening (Probably)
Mar 4, 2014
The City Moves
The guy who built the Great Wheel is serious: He's putting a skyway through Union Street.
Thumbnail for - Letters to Seattle Met
Feb 1, 2014
Genetically modified outrage, an online-comment cult, and a self-appointed bus cop.
Thumbnail for - Guest Op/Ed: For Those With Disabilities, Transit Is a Lifeline
Oct 15, 2013
Two disability activists argue that transit access isn't a privilege; it's a lifeline.
Thumbnail for - One Question for Mayor Mike McGinn and Challenger Ed Murray
Oct 4, 2013
One Question
One question about Metro funding for the two mayoral candidates.
Thumbnail for - Cameras in Bus Shooting Weren't Working
Aug 15, 2013
When a gunman shot a Metro driver and attempted to commandeer another bus, bus cameras that could have captured his actions weren't working.
Thumbnail for - Metro Funding In Doubt As Special Session Looms
Apr 30, 2013
This Washington
King County Metro's funding remains in limbo going into a special session that will be focused on the general budget, not transportation.
Thumbnail for - "Transit Communities" Amendment Could Allow More Density Near Frequent Transit Service
Apr 25, 2013
City Hall
"Transit communities," a proposed new land-use designation, could allow more density and amenities like sidewalks near frequent bus service—exactly what some neighborhood activists are afraid of.
Thumbnail for - PubliCalendar: Metro March, Syrian Suffering, and Readings from a Metro Rider.
Apr 4, 2013
Today’s picks for civic nerds.
Thumbnail for - Extra Fizz: "For Your Neighborhood's Survival"
Mar 14, 2013
City Hall
Neighborhood activists mobilize against a proposal to encourage density near transit service.
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