Probably not, according to a Department of Ecology spokesperson, since diesel emissions are getting “cleaner.”
Collision data showed drivers weren’t yielding to oncoming traffic, so the state changed the highway intersection signal.
Bike lanes, complete sidewalks and lower speeds are some ideas for the 3½-mile stretch between the cities.
People with disabilities are asking city and county leaders to rely on their bodies, rides and transit for seven days.
An old yellow was used in some spots between Everett and Lynnwood until the standard white paint was applied.
Luis Burbano wants infrastructure changes to reduce the frequency of window-rattling engines that rumble by his home.
Community Transit could launch other on-demand services in Arlington, Darrington and Lake Stevens.
A group representing people around Everett Station wants Sound Transit to study the idea.
Everett staff are conducting a traffic study and developing alternatives as part of the road’s scheduled road work.
Readers recently have wondered about parking rules and recourse in unincorporated areas of Snohomish County.
Company BattGenie set up a container with dozens of used electric bus batteries that charge during non-peak times.
Both options negate the spur along Airport Road to the Boeing and Paine Field area long supported by county leaders.
The state is building four roundabouts near Frontier Village to help manage traffic and improve pedestrian access.
Leafline Trail Coalition’s map has over 900 miles through King, Kitsap, Pierce and Snohomish counties.
Drivers on 35th Avenue SE hoping to turn left onto Seattle Hill Road have different phasing if they’re going east or west.
U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen toured parts of the Interurban Trail in Mountlake Terrace, where it seemingly vanishes and joins a road.
WSDOT is building a roundabout at Bickford Avenue and Highway 9, where drivers are expected to enter at 15 mph.
One nonprofit needs volunteers to repair 40 kids bikes for refugees. Another agency could use cash gift cards.
Employers calling staff back to in-person work also is a factor behind greater mass transit usage.
Final paving is set this summer for the first phase of the 2.42-mile trail north of Centennial Park.