Friday, 15 November, 2019

Cody Little

3 POSTS 0 COMMENTS
The Seattle City Council recently voted to designate a dedicated right-of-way streetcar line as the locally preferred alternative for the Central City Connector. This step allows SDOT to pursue federal funds for the project's construction. Nick Licata stood in lone opposition to the project, essentially arguing that the money...
Kitsap Transit is seeking public comment on its long awaited restoration of cross-Sound passenger only fast ferry service to Downtown Seattle. Among the three routes under consideration, the most obvious candidate for foot ferry service is Bremerton. The current service between the two cities has the largest proportion of walk-on...
On Tuesday, recommended zoning changes to the Seattle Waterfront were presented to the Planning, Land Use, and Sustainability Committee by the Department of Planning and Development (DPD).  The area considered for changes is colloquially known as the "Commission District" and roughly spans from Pike Place Market to Pioneer Square...