Kent built a car that was good enough for NASA: the lunar rover.
A team at UW Bothell envisions a bike of the future that drives itself.
Could better buses, robot cars, more bikes or congestion taxing make a difference?
As growth squeezes Seattle's waterfront, maritime industries and its workers do their best to hold on.
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.