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Commentary: King County Metro wants more taxes to maintain existing bus service. What it really needs is better management and more oversight.READ MORE 34 COMMENTS
Guest Opinion: Metro has already trimmed the fat from its programming. If voters don't step up to fund our bus system, we'll be facing huge, debilitating cuts.READ MORE 24 COMMENTS
The county executive lays out a proposal for a ballot measure that would create a "transportation benefit district." A 25-cent fare increase is also likely in store.READ MORE 58 COMMENTS
Commentary: Does anyone responsible for guiding Southeast Seattle's transit-oriented renaissance have a clue what's going on there?READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
How about buses and a community college? Murray and McGinn court voters and praise diversity in Southeast Seattle. But are they asking what Seattle hardest-scrabble district really needs?READ MORE 10 COMMENTS
Commentary: In this city, politicians once stood with the people. As the elections approach, it's clear that quality is all too rare these days.READ MORE 52 COMMENTS
State lawmakers asked to hear from people all over the state. Some trends are emerging.READ MORE 45 COMMENTS
GUEST OPINION: Buses, light rail, taxis, town cars - stalwarts in the transportation mix. But they don't meet all our environmentally-conscious, tech-savvy, urban transit needs.READ MORE 109 COMMENTS
The Daily Troll: Bradley Manning protests. Abortion required at public hospitals? App for a bus nap.
A wildfire forces more evacuations outside Leavenworth. Downtown car crash.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Veteran Metro driver Dewayne Thomas plays zookeeper to a menagerie of primates that delights passengers. But it's still tense for drivers after the downtown shooting.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
The Daily Troll: UW happy with budget. Burgess makes his endorsement. Worrying about transportation ramps up.
Weather advisories on both sides of the state. Computer trouble forces Alaska Airlines flight delays.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
Inslee angry about new federal delays on Hanford nuclear cleanup. Traffic: You really thinking you're going to Portland?READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Commentary: Does anyone responsible for guiding Southeast Seattle's transit-oriented renaissance have a clue what's going on there?READ MORE 72 COMMENTS
- Ramps to Nowhere: Now we're getting Somewhere
- Senate goes to brink over Bertha, 520 bridge project overruns
- New ordinance protects Seattle whistleblowers
- If Bertha busts the budget, who pays?
- 520 floating bridge cracks will hurt other state projects
- Eastside residents want state transportation action
- Tunnel: Bertha gets her bearings
- The Daily Troll: Bertha getting a new part? Congress gives Darrington a boost. Measles alert.
- Bertha tunnel dig: What CSI experts could tell us
- Archaeological tests begin at Bertha site
- Ideas for Seattle's waterfront: arts and play
- Seattle's waterfront: Visions of hottubs & gardens, but where's the cash?
- The Daily Troll: Minimum wage opponents talk to council. Interim boss for ferries. Taxing an unfriendly newspaper.
- Sea change for ferries: National search planned for new leader
- Senate Democrat floats a transportation compromise
- The Daily Troll: Police controversy tweeting up. Inslee ponders bump in minimum wage. Railroads accept oil train precautions.
- Transportation budgets: Does steady cut it?
- The 5 biggest roadblocks to great WA transportation
- SeaTac $15 wage win tempered by recount, legal hurdles
- The next Seattle mayor needs to be a puzzlemaster
- Port of Seattle: The gang that can't shoot straight
- Jet noise jeopardy: Seattle’s skies will soon get quieter — except on Beacon Hill
- From the airport to Seattle: It doesn't look like you can get there from here
- The Daily Troll: A GOP-enhanced Seattle? Steinbrueck for mayor? And sympathy for zoo's elephants
- 2013's #8 Most-Read: How city wastes light rail in SE Seattle
- Daily Troll: Murray axing McGinn directors. Sound Transit in fast lane. Microsoft's Cybercrime irony.
- The Daily Troll: Boeing keeps pols on their toes. Del Bene to NSA: Back off. Sound Transit wants your ideas.
- Seattle politics: The making of a fed-up voter
- The Daily Troll: Bradley Manning protests. Abortion required at public hospitals? App for a bus nap.
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