For Washington state drivers to fully embrace electric vehicles, they'll need more places to charge them.
The final stretch of North Spokane Corridor construction reopens old wounds in East Central — and sparks a pilot program to address historical damage.
The Comprehensive Plan will shape the next 20 years of growth in the city. Here's what you need to know.
Washington state raised the bar with its 2030 target deadline for new electric car registrations. How did we get here?
Kids in Washington soon won’t have to pay to use public buses and trains across the state in a new $3 billion transit plan.
In Seattle's historic Asian neighborhood, some say Sound Transit's $54 billion light rail expansion echoes harms of past infrastructure projects.
With more stations opening, students can live farther from campus in more affordable housing. The trade-off? Longer commutes.
A new law allows Sound Transit to run city-specific ballot measures that would fund faster project delivery, expanded service or better infrastructure.
... and a few bills they left on the table.
As vehicles change and with more available money, lawmakers look for other ways to fund transportation improvements.
The vote comes after an analysis found that enforcement disproportionately targeted homeless people and people of color.
The federal government sent $2 billion to help keep regional transit alive. But the debate over how to spend that money is contentious.
Here's what an analysis of citation data across three cities shows.
For more than two decades, the state's ferry system has been chronically underfunded and staffing efforts are lagging.
11 steps Washington, Oregon and British Columbia can take to decarbonize the economy.
Climate scientists set a 2030 deadline for us to reduce emissions and prevent further environmental devastation.