A grassroots group has a plan to make sidewalk-less streets safer for walking. The city might make it official.
Fewer and fewer women are walking and biking. Seattle needs a reckoning.
Seattle’s historic scenic drive will be a tough one to say goodbye to.
Abandon hope all ye who enter the "Period of Maximum Constraint."
A ruptured natural gas pipeline had consequences down the line for western Washington consumers.
The Lid I-5 movement has some designs that bring to life how the city could make up for past mistakes.
Responding to complaints, Seattle DOT is removing planters from the 2nd Ave bike lane.
The mayor prioritized fiscal sustainability amid concerns that the boom won't last.
The downtown Seattle line could quadruple ridership, but cost $252 million.
King County Metro is changing Access buses after complaints of late pick-ups and long rides.
A $500,000 report on the viability of the Center City Connector line has some good news and some bad news.