A so-called Vision Zero city, Seattle has a lofty goal of eliminating traffic fatalities and serious injuries. The city has averaged about 20 deaths a year over the past decade.
Washingtonians are all for increasing fish passages to save salmon and orcas — but when action conflicts with the ways we live, things get complicated.
As summer ramps up and the Northwest reopens, tow truck drivers want states to adopt laws that could save their lives.
What details about housing, homelessness, taxes and policing can candidates give you to help you cast your ballot?
Those who have been working from home during the pandemic have a decision to make, and it will have a profound impact on public transit in the region.
When it comes to cars, traffic congestion is a more pressing threat to our quality of life than souped-up rides on public streets.
Top legislators want to put a price on carbon to raise money for transportation projects. But with time running out, they can’t agree on the details.
For a third time, lawmakers in Olympia hope to spur more biofuel and electric cars with new restrictions on greenhouse gases.
The tech giant says it fully supports the contentious measure. Could this tip the scales in the Legislature?
Some studies have found the ride-hailing services increase vehicle miles driven and pollution.
The state needs to spend $5.7 billion to fix roads for cyclists and pedestrians, a draft transportation plan says.
Fresh from winning Prop 22 in California, the ride-sharing company prepares for battle in Seattle.
The smash hit 1930s film was the first Hollywood movie to feature the Emerald City.
The Seahawks and Mariners called it home for 24 years, but now much of the city doesn’t even know the stadium existed.
Seattle’s plan to give walkers and riders safer streets started with a bang. Whether it remains depends on how loudly residents fight to keep them.
The Washington Supreme Court issued the long-awaited ruling on Thursday.