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Monthly Archives: December 2016

Seattle’s Pedestrian Master Plan Is Short On Concrete Goals

Walking in Seattle is the fastest-growing commute method citywide right now. As I will take every chance I can get to mention, Josh Feit at...

Transit App’s Crowdsourced Real-Time Arrival Data May Soon Come To Seattle

Transit App is making another leap forward in the world of real-time arrival information. The software already plugs into real-time transit data where available,...

Map Of The Week: Grandfathered Housing In Seattle’s Single-Family Residential Zones

A new research product from the Sightline Institute, a local sustainability think-tank, reveals the rich variety of housing that already exists in Seattle's restrictive...

Merry Xmas Seattle, King County Got You A New Youth Jail

The Seattle Department of Construction and Inspection (SDCI) is expected to release its permitting decision on the King County Children And Family Justice Center...

Seattle Needs To Make Real Safety Improvements To 25th Ave NE

The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is spending millions of dollars to repave 25th Ave NE in 2017, but isn't planning to make any...

Sunday Video: The State Of The Rail~Volution

Portland's Representative Earl Blumenauer talks about the state of transit in the United States and what's next. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWDvLT0Kc0E

What We’re Reading: VMT Trial, Vacant Philly, And Trouble In The...

VMT trial: Washington State will begin testing out vehicle mile traveled technology for road charges, replacing the gas tax. New Seattle Senator: Rebecca Saldana of...

(We Could Be) Heroes

I didn't understand what was going on. There were three passengers left. A silent young African-American man, possibly a UW student, or else passing...