The math has been a little fuzzy, but what happened when Oregon and California adopted a new low-carbon fuel standard can offer a few clues.
The old Boeing used to be innovative and play the long game.
Plan would require driver education courses to teach merging — and test people on it, too.
Calls for street repairs are up dramatically, but fixes won't come quickly.
It's time for city government and the able-bodied among us to shoulder a bigger load in making our city accessible to all.
"When we don’t follow the law because it snows we’re still violating people’s civil rights."
Seattle shrouded in snow while the Alaskan Way tunnel makes its debut.
Depending on what the Washington Legislature does this session, gas stations could be required to offer more climate-friendly motor fuels.
Durkan wants to toll drivers to lower emissions and break Seattle's gridlock, and new research shows it could benefit low-income communities, too.
His new $30-car-tab measure would cut out what local voters have already approved for Sound Transit.
Seattle's love of technology and its need for transportation changes might make autonomous cars attractive, but we must look past the hype.
During ‘Viadoom,’ Tacoma and Shoreline may get starring roles as Seattle.
First responders are planning "for armageddon, worst case scenario" when the Alaskan Way Viaduct closes for three weeks.
The mayor has directed all departments to allow more flexible work days, something many workers say has been a long time coming.
While the Highway 99 shutdown is scheduled to last three weeks, the council member wants to make free transit permanent.
The Period of Maximum Constraint will test our mobility creativity — and it's not unprecedented.