Our Sponsors:

Read more »

Our Members

Many thanks to Marguerite & Morton Kondracke and Barbara Wilson some of our many supporters.

ALL MEMBERS »

Transportation

How safe are Seattle's roads?

New data, relevant to tonight's Road Safety Summit at City Hall, suggest elderly pedestrians are being mowed down more than cyclists. The data indicates police ought to focus more on drivers who fail to yield to walkers and bikers. And we're not making much progress in reducing auto traffic.

READ MORE | 29 COMMENTS

Clicker

The latest from news outlets and blogs around the Northwest and beyond, chosen by Crosscut editors.

What the State and city are saying about crack near Pioneer Square

The city temporarily shut down South King Street at its intersection with First Avenue to find out whether sinking in the area was causing damage to the street.

THE STRANGER

State is actually adding lanes on Highway 522

The crowded route from Monroe to Woodinville will get a new lane in each direction for a four-mile stretch, which has seen serious safety problems.

MY NORTHWEST

Dutch highway: Look, no lights. Just paintstripes charged by sunlight.

Up next: A bike lane inspired by Van Gogh's "Starry Night."

WASHINGTON POST

What's next now that transit is approved?

When taxes and service kick in and where we'll see it...

SEATTLE TIMES

Branson space vehicle was testing new fuel

The explosion occurred shortly after the engine burning a new fuel mixture was started.

THE DAILY BEAST
MORE CLICKER | SUGGEST A STORY


Join Crosscut now!
Subscribe to our Newsletter

Follow Us »