Coronavirus Chronicles

Seattle Parks Will Be Open This Weekend

But you'll have to "keep it moving."

04/17/2020 By Benjamin Cassidy

News Wire

This Week, Seattle Made Moves to Help Low-Income Residents

The threat of a coronavirus outbreak looms, but free bus passes and a winter evictions ban offer potential relief in other areas.

02/28/2020 By Benjamin Cassidy and Marisa Comeau-Kerege

Culture Fix

What to Do After Work January 14–17

Pints and arias, a literary bus driver, and some futurist soul.

01/14/2019 By Aly Brady

Lost in Transit

Seattle Has 'Transit Deserts' and—Surprise—It's No Fun to Ride the Bus There

As the city's public transportation system expands, its most vulnerable riders are getting left behind.

11/20/2017 By Hayat Norimine

Who We Are

It's Time Seattle's Car-Loving Transplants Get with the Program

Two wheels forward, four wheels back: Nearly two-thirds of Seattleites under age 35 drive alone to work.

02/23/2017 By Josh Feit

Transportation

SDOT's Numbers Don't Capture Major Transit Increase

About that underwhelming .78 percent stat...

01/04/2017 By Josh Feit

Questions Answered

Kiersten Grove Is Steering Seattle’s Transportation Future

Over the next 25 years, 116 miles of rapid transit could transform our transportation system and our city.

10/21/2016 By Josh Feit

Morning Fizz

U-Pass Program in Jeopardy?

Transit cuts, transgender rights, and tricky wording.

06/21/2016 By Josh Feit

Morning Fizz

Civil Rights Takes Center Stage at City Hall

New council members bring a new agenda to city hall, but does it include transit?

12/22/2015 By Josh Feit

PubliCalendar

PubliCalendar: Meaningful Movies and the Impending Robot Takeover

Today's picks for civic nerds

05/01/2015 By Atoosa Moinzadeh

PubliCalendar

PubliCalendar: Last Call for Transit Advisory Board Applications

Today's picks for civic nerds

04/29/2015 By Atoosa Moinzadeh

Morning Fizz

Mayor Murray Sets Affordable Housing Goal of 20,000 Units in Next 10 Years

Caffeinated news featuring housing, driving, and running

03/26/2015 By Josh Feit

PubliCalendar

PubliCalendar: What Polling Can Tell Us About the Future of Transit

Today's picks for civic nerds

03/10/2015 By Atoosa Moinzadeh

PubliCalendar

PubliCalendar: Jen Pahlka on Strengthening Our Digital Infrastructure

Today's picks for civic nerds

03/06/2015 By Atoosa Moinzadeh

PubliCalendar

PubliCalendar: $100,000 in Community Project Funds Up For Grabs

Today's picks for civic nerds

02/09/2015 By Darren Davis

PubliCalendar

PubliCalendar: What 'Girls Can Do' This Weekend

Today's picks for civic nerds

02/06/2015 By Darren Davis

Quiz

QUIZ: What's Your Monorail IQ?

Before voting on this November’s monorail initiative, test your knowledge of the transit project’s up-and-down history.

11/03/2014 By Matthew Halverson

On Other Blogs Today

On Other Blogs Today: Walking, Biking, Riding, and Funding

Our daily roundup.

10/01/2014 By Erica C. Barnett

Power Lines

Prop 1 Could Save King County Metro But Hurt Future Funding

Seattle’s thumbing its nose at Olympia on bus funding by putting Prop 1 on the ballot in November. Will this go-it-alone gambit to preserve transit backfire and ultimately dry up future funding from the state?

10/01/2014 By Josh Feit

PubliCalendar

PubliCalendar: Firsts and Lasts of the Season

Today's picks for civic nerds.

09/30/2014 By Kristen Farnam