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Monthly Archives: March 2017

So Long, Pronto Bike Share

Today marks an unusual day in Seattle: we are shutting down an entire mode of transportation. Two and a half years after Pronto! Cycle...

Supporting Density Without Considering Housing Costs

At some point, maybe in two years or ten years, the endless rise of housing costs in Seattle will stop. We might see a...

Dudley Do Wrong: Build We Must

Once in awhile an idea so dumb comes along it's like a supernova. You need to look away lest you blind yourself and zap every last...

WSCC Addition Still Barreling Toward October Construction Start

On Tuesday morning, the members of the Washington State Convention Center (WSCC) Addition Board gathered within the convention center they hope to supplement to get updated on...

How Do You VMU?

One of the primary reasons for the Central Issaquah development moratorium is the lack of Vertical Mixed-Use (VMU) development naturally emerging. Projects in the...

Uptown Urban Design Framework Emerges From Final EIS

Bigger buildings and thousands of new residents and jobs could be headed to Uptown in the coming years, depending on the outcome of an...

Is It Time To Put Lander Street Back On Hold?

In 2008, Seattle transportation officials made a tough decision: divert money that was previously allocated for a major corridor improvement project to another area...

Sound Transit Supporters: The Campaign Is Not Over

The passage of ST3 was one of the few joyous moments on an otherwise bleak November election night. Voters approved the proposal by more...