The Emerald City wants to implement a transportation solution that is equitable. Without viable alternatives to driving, that might be impossible.
State officials see the money from VW as offering "a critical opportunity" to put more zero-emission vehicles, including school buses, on the streets.
Let Mossback play Dante as we navigate a rush hour inferno.
In other cities, congestion pricing has improved traffic and increased transit revenue. But equity concerns remain.
Author Peter Walker has researched bike infrastructure around the world — he says Seattle's has some glaring gaps.
We may have reached a period of 'peak car,' offering hope the cityscape will be freed up to serve other purposes.
With UW's Project Sidewalk, volunteers look for broken sidewalks and missing curb ramps that make the city inaccessible for people with disabilities.
On Earth Day, activists joined faculty and staff to call on the University of Washington to fully subsidize employee transit passes
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.