Author: Ashley Archibald

Sunday Video: A Better Low-Floor Tram?

Reece Martin takes a dive into tram designs and shows the way for a better design approach for low-floor trams. Often, there are drawbacks...

“A Life Less Ordinary” at 25 Years: Recognizing a Landmark Film

Does crossing the quarter century line make something historically important? Lovers that are literally star-crossed by the bureaucracy of heaven. Fate and art playing against...

Eastside Cities Consider Tenant Protections — with Varying Outcomes for Residents

On Tuesday evening, residents, advocates, and rental housing groups packed into the physical and virtual chambers of Newcastle City Hall. Amid some minor code...

Connect and Learn at the Capitol Hill EcoDistrict Community Forum

Thursday, September 29th, 3-7pm, at Capitol Hill Station Plaza There are many things that make Capitol Hill stand out not only among Seattle's neighborhoods, but...

Repaving Project Will Maintain Unsafe Walking and Biking Conditions on High Speed Ballard Corridor

The gaps in Seattle's current complete streets legislation are becoming more apparent as the city moves ahead with a repaving project on one of...

Chinatown and Transit Advocates Push for 4th Avenue Light Rail Station

As Sound Transit lays out 90 miles of new track, 57 new stations, and three new light rail lines over the next 20 years,...

Harrell Picks Interim Police Chief Adrian Diaz to Head SPD

The choice invites questions of whether or not the department will stick to the status quo or advance innovation and change. Seattle Mayor Bruce...

Seattle Freight Advisory Board Starts Fresh with Full Slate of New Members

Seattle is about to have a new set of voices advocating for increased consideration of how goods are moved around the city and the...