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As wrangling over climate change policy continues, a major transportation package is pronounced dead.
Legislators propose requiring zipper merge instruction in drivers education and in license test.
Justices unanimously agreed that voter-approved Initiative 976 is unconstitutional.
They claim I-976 is unconstitutionally broad. Tim Eyman calls the litigation a “slap in the face” of voters.
It will be a literal sea change for the nation’s biggest system — and a technically ambitious one.
MASS asks the city to prioritize reducing traffic and increasing pedestrian safety ahead of the Alaskan Way Viaduct’s closure.
The move comes after an audit found the current system disproportionately impacts homeless riders.
With an overhaul set by 2040, a new report shows the economic and health benefits of going electric.
An Auburn lawmaker has organized a suit which claims the new car tab taxes are unconstitutional.
Another day, another case against the Trump administration.
The city digs into the transit issue, Uber rolls out a new insurance plan for its drivers.
Sunday marks the first car-free bike ride on the viaduct before it’s demolished.
A local bus union is protesting inadequate health insurance and retirement plans, but Seattle parents are left scrambling for alternatives.
Local experts weigh in on why cars could (maybe) be (part of) the answer.
Managers know parking will be a problem, but say solutions are on their way.
The company says the city’s proposed background check requirement is similar to a rule in Seattle.
In a bit of irony, efforts to block a union vote among Uber and Lyft drivers may ultimately help the Teamsters.