Puget Sound's transportation future: Some key considerations

By Cody Olsen
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Commuters travel by bus in Seattle, WA.

By Cody Olsen

The Puget Sound's transportation problems abound, but possible fixes remain unresolved. As planners and civic leaders sit down to develop long-term plans, the question of the hour: what will the region look like 10 or even 50 years down the road?

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Cody Olsen

Cody Olsen was an editorial intern with Crosscut. He has a degree in Political Science from WWU, a passion for Journalism and a love for making movies on the side. This past summer he spent a few months traveling around South America and is now a bit of a travel junkie. He can be reached at cody.olsen@crosscut.com