One nonprofit needs volunteers to repair 40 kids bikes for refugees. Another agency could use cash gift cards.
The Everett City Council approved a resolution to slow speeds on Evergreen and Everett Mall ways.
This weekend and next weekend overnight travelers will need to find a new route.
Employers calling staff back to in-person work also is a factor behind greater mass transit usage.
Biking and walking from the Interurban Trail to the Everett YMCA could get easier and more intuitive.
“We have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to remake bus service in our county,” Community Transit CEO Ric Ilgenfritz said.
Final paving is set this summer for the first phase of the 2.42-mile trail north of Centennial Park.
Evergreen and Everett Mall ways are among the most dangerous roads in the county. Lower speed limits could save lives.
The Everett City Council approved a 12-month contract with Bird, a California company, to deploy 75 to 300 e-scooters.
Built in late 2020 and early 2021, the divider stops drivers from using the eastbound lane’s shoulder.
The Sound Transit group agreed to stop studying nine station alternatives, but disagreed over some preferred locations.
Construction kicked off Tuesday on the bus route, which will boost rapid service in south Snohomish County.
After a federal judge struck down the CDC’s mask mandate, agencies in Snohomish County are changing direction.
WSDOT awarded the $123.1 million project’s design-build contract to Guy F. Atkinson Construction.
The city is seeking input on a plan that would eliminate on-street parking.
While drivers were picketing, Sound Transit’s project between Northgate and Lynnwood missed an estimated 4,900 deliveries.
The Seattle Maritime Academy is soliciting interest in the profession that can pay $70-80K a year to start.
Some City Council members and residents continue to question the equity of the planned red-light and school-speed-zone program.
Light from modern vehicles often appear brighter and can cause worse glare. But new tech could help.
So far flights out of Paine Field in Everett have been unaffected. No picketing was seen there Friday.