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The agency responds to a Crosscut article that reported on Metro bus drivers wearing adult diapers to make up for a dearth of bathroom breaks.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
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Seattle's new 520 dream plan would turn its side of the new bridge into a haven for walkers and bikers.READ MORE 41 COMMENTS
Mayor Ed Murray outlined more details for his plans to improve city bus service using revenue created by the ballot measure.READ MORE 54 COMMENTS
Early ballot counts show the city's Proposition 1 transit funding initiative with a strong lead.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
50 stations, six neighborhoods, 5 1/2 hours. The bikes are clunky, Seattle's bike infrastructure spotty, but it's a great way to get around town.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
Close to 1,000 people turn out to hearings in Olympia and Spokane, most of them asking for a halt to the rolling transport of oil across the state.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
Guest Opinion: With the population of Seattle itself growing faster than any other core city in a major metro area, it's important to address pent-up demand and equity issues.READ MORE 49 COMMENTS
Sources say the shell deposit in the tunnel work area appears to be of relatively modern origin, most likely after the arrival of European settlers.READ MORE 11 COMMENTS
Three trail takeaways from the Washington State Trails Conference.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
The mayor immediately announced a replacement, City Planning Director Marshall Foster.READ MORE 6 COMMENTS
As Seattle Tunnel Partners begins work on a rescue shaft for the tunnel digging machine, they'll be sorting through a potential wealth of refuse.READ MORE 90 COMMENTS
Guest Opinion: Seattle voters are deciding about a ballot measure that increases taxes and fees without providing any budget or specific promises of better transit services.READ MORE 30 COMMENTS
A business group says better roads, highways and bridges would bring more jobs while reducing the waste of time and fuel in traffic jams.READ MORE 47 COMMENTS
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The explosion occurred shortly after the engine burning a new fuel mixture was started.
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8 writers race to test transportation options
Eight writers from The Stranger raced across town during rush hour using eight different modes of transportation.
Pronto! funding: Alaska Airlines, state cover much of the initial cost
Discounts? They may be hard to access.
Road diets are cutting bicycle accidents in Portland
For a small investment in cutting roads from four to three lanes, the city is getting a big return.
Danny Westneat: SLUT continues to take money away from other transit
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- New city transportation head: Can he match the city's goals with its resources?
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