In the Puget Sound region, old and new driving habits are merging — poorly.
Seattle is going backward — not forward — on pedestrian safety and related issues.
As e-bikes become increasingly popular in Seattle, they're transforming both commutes and the market.
Knute Berger chronicles the car's bumpy ride in early Seattle — and how it came to dominate the road.
A long-awaited airstrip of sorts will arrive in late May, as a new Seattle-Vancouver, B.C. flight takes off.
A new law would mandate businesses provide pre-tax accounts for riding public transit — and it seems everyone can get behind it.
Greenwood’s Taproot Theatre Company fears the impact new city parking law could have on business.
Should drivers pay to clog downtown Seattle’s streets? Yes, but much better if they leave the vehicles elsewhere.
With electric bikes proliferating, Seattle has to fix its sidewalk riding ordinance.
Is the battle between cyclists and drivers even older than the car?
Community members understand that revising streets to protect cyclists and pedestrians makes sense.