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Thumbnail for - The C Is for Crank: Carpocalypse Never
Jul 21, 2014
The C Is for Crank
As usual, a road closure fails to lead to gridlock, despite hyperbolic predictions that narrowing I-90 to one lane would result in a traffic disaster, including 10-mile backups and travel times six...
Thumbnail for - Here Are the Routes that Are Going to Be Cut No Matter How You Vote
Jul 21, 2014
Election 2014
The bus routes, including several in Seattle, that are slated for cuts in September—two months before the big November Metro vote.
Thumbnail for - City: Murray Doesn't Plan to Cut Sound Transit Rail Study
Jul 8, 2014
City staffers say Mayor Ed Murray does not, contrary to a published report, plan to cut funding for a rail study to pay for buses.
Thumbnail for - Mayor Murray:  Cut Rail Funding For Buses
Jul 7, 2014
City Hall
Mayor Ed Murray argues that the city should save money by cutting rail funding for buses.
Thumbnail for - New SDOT Director Meets the Press
Jul 2, 2014
City Hall
New SDOT director nominee Scott Kubly faces the press at his first public appearance this morning.
Thumbnail for - Council Plans Changes to Parking Rates
Jun 10, 2014
City Hall
A city council committee considers raising some street parking rates, and lowering others.
Thumbnail for - County Council Likely to Adopt Republican Metro Proposal
Jun 6, 2014
The King County Council appears poised to adopt a Republican-backed Metro cuts proposal. However, KC Executive Dow Constantine could veto the deal, and Democrats have offered an 11th-hour compromise.
Thumbnail for - Mount Baker Upzone Moves Forward
Jun 4, 2014
City Hall
Over protests from neighbors opposed to density, a council committee approves a long-overdue upzone near the Mount Baker light rail station.
Thumbnail for - County Council Split on Metro Cuts
Jun 3, 2014
The King County Council splits along surprising lines on how, and how much, to cut Metro transit service.
Thumbnail for - Seattle Flirts with a Cut Your Nose to Spite Your Face Transportation Policy
May 21, 2014
In a guest op/ed, the Downtown Seattle Association's Jon Scholes argues that two Metro funding proposals are "misguided."
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