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Justices on Thursday unanimously agreed that voter-approved Initiative 976 is unconstitutional.
The overnight striping between the lanes is slated to begin Friday night and wrap Saturday morning.
Keep your eyes peeled and let the cyclists go, drivers. But the new law doesn’t mean bikes can zip by.
WSDOT wants to know what people think of the existing highway link and its eventual replacement.
Work on a culvert will fully close the road for a day, with lane closures before and after.
The massive columns and girders that will hold the track are popping up along I-5.
Snohomish County wants public input on housing types in the areas around light rail stations.
Sound Transit, facing reduced revenues, could revise the timeline for some transportation projects.
WSDOT says it crunched the numbers again: An interchange at Highway 529 and I-5 will be built as planned.
Some of these are works in progress. Others are already boosting commerce during the pandemic.
It is one of nine possible routes being considered.
WSDOT says the cost of improvements at the interchange of I-5 and Highway 529 is higher than expected.
The stretch of U.S. 2 east of Index draws hundreds to the Skykomish River rapids.
Lake Stevens and Marysville worked together on the traffic infrastructure because of nearby development.
The temporary retaining wall blocks will be replaced with different retaining wall blocks.
The city wants to encourage social distancing and active transportation. That means biking, walking.
The city approved a $2.3 million study of the busy interchange, with an eye on alleviating backups.
With service reduced around Puget Sound due to the pandemic, it will not be the fun ferry ride of yore.
It will be west of Alderwood mall, but Link to Everett is years away, so the exact site isn’t settled.
Millions in federal CARES Act funding is marked for Community and Everett transit agencies.