Author: Andres Salomon (Guest Contributor)

Rorschach Plans: One Seattle Comp Plan is Just a Mess of Dots

The City of Seattle requires your comments on its upcoming Comprehensive Plan Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) by next Monday, August 22. As Natalie Bicknell...

RAISE Grants Move Away From Road Expansion, But Not In Seattle Metro

Last week, the US Department of Transportation (USDOT) announced 166 projects that have been selected to receive $2.2 billion dollars in Federal funding through...
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I-135 Social Housing Backers Expect to Qualify for February Ballot After Turning In Another...

Initiative 135 has taken a step closer to putting social housing on the ballot. House Our Neighbors, the campaign behind the effort, says they...

Link Alone Is Insufficient, Puget Sound Needs Regional Rail, Too

Puget Sound is investing heavily in large transit expansion projects like light rail and bus rapid transit. These are critically important for moving people...

What We’re Reading: SCL Rate Hikes, Car-Free Pioneer, and Urban Inflation

SCL rate hikes: Seattle City Light is proposing rate hikes of about 4.5% per year for 2023 and 2034 ($). Improvement grants: Portland's Trimet is...

Annual Seattle Design Festival Kicks Off August 20

It's time to get ready for the 12th annual Seattle Design Festival, which will be held August 20-26 at locations across the city. This...

Sunday Video: Bakfiets, The Car-Replacement Bike

In The Netherlands, the box bike (bakfiets) has regained popularity across demographics as a way of moving kids and goods. New technology has also...
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Elevate Cricket in Incoming Bellevue, Kirkland, and Seattle Parks Levies

Move aside pickleball, it's time to give another rapidly growing sport in the Puget Sound the limelight. “Cricket has seen an exponential growth in...