The vote comes after an analysis found that enforcement disproportionately targeted homeless people and people of color.
The discussion follows reporting from Crosscut and others showing enforcement inequitably targeted people experiencing homelessness.
The move by the King County Board of Health comes after a Crosscut report showing disproportionate enforcement toward homeless people.
The latest deaths on Aurora Avenue should have Seattle thinking differently about car culture.
City Hall has an opportunity to make the city more livable for all of us — and to fight climate change along the way.
Officials say they are also seeing an increase in fires related to lithium ion batteries used in other products.
Author Peter Walker has researched bike infrastructure around the world — he says Seattle's has some glaring gaps.
Cyclists say our bike infrastructure leaves much to be desired. WSDOT's Barb Chamberlain wants to fix that.
What a new poll shows about the city's chilled relationship with biking.
With lessons learned from other locales, officials are welcoming Lime Bikes to city streets featuring new bike lanes.
Seattle isn't a leading bike city anymore, but can this help it get its title back?
The City is removing small and minority-owned business parking in favor of bike lanes for the privileged.