Wednesday, 27 May, 2020

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Hyra Zhang is a high schooler and enjoys reading about urban planning and transportation. They enjoy exploring the city on the bus and on their bike. They believe that income and racial equality should be at the forefront of urban development.
Removing the West Seattle Bridge and not replacing the lost car capacity is the most responsible move for the climate and being prudent with resources. Transit should be our priority. The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) has said that the cracked bridge won’t be...
Among all the Link light rail extensions unleashed by Sound Transit 3 (ST3) lurks a weakest link: the Purple Line to Issaquah. But we can fix that.  It starts and ends at a parking lot. If it were built as currently...
Interstate 5: It's ugly, ubiquitous, and almost universally hated. It's a wall that separates one side of Seattle from the other. It's noisy and certainly not new. I-5 through downtown Seattle was finished in 1967. Fast forward over 50 years to the present day, and it's fallen...