Civics & Culture

Why Are Seattle Democracy Voucher Users Funding Opposing Campaigns?

Seattle’s unique Democracy Voucher program provides registered voters with four $25 vouchers to donate to eligible candidates. The program has successfully flooded city elections...

Sunday Video: Amtrak’s 50th Anniversary Paint Scheme and Livery History

0 Amtrak is celebrating the company's 50 anniversary with a look back on past liveries and special commemorative ones that will be painted on trains...

Midweek Video: Will Electric Cars Kill the Gas Station?

0 Davos Amos looks at what the proliferation of electric cars means for fueling stations in the years ahead. Will they die away? Will they...

Sunday Video: How Fracking Became America’s Money Pit

0 It turns out that fracking is not as lucrative as it was once thought, Bloomberg Quicktake explains.

Midweek Video: Bus Stop Balancing Pierce Transit

0 Pierce Transit has a short video on the agency's effort to rebalance bus stops across its service area. Rebalancing is the practice of consolidating...

Sunday Video: Secretary Pete Talks Transportation with CityLab

0 Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg stopped by Bloomberg CityLab's 2021 conference to talk about the Biden administration's outlook on transportation and priorities.
students do an outdoor activity at Lincoln High School

Dubicki: Save Seattle Schools, Dissolve the District

To be upfront, I am pissed at Seattle Public Schools. As a parent of school-age kids, I have been subjected to SPS’s anti-union propaganda...

Coalition Urges Mayor to Extend the Eviction Moratorium

At month's end, the eviction moratorium is scheduled to expire, which would put thousands of tenants at risk. A broad coalition spearheaded by the...