Saturday, 31 October, 2020
https://youtu.be/-ZDZtBRTyeI Vox explains why American public transportation falls short in many communities and cities compared to international counterparts.
On October 20th, the Seattle Department of Transportation released the WSP-conducted Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA) for the West Seattle High-Rise Bridge Safety Project, and a reader's guide to the CBA on their blog. The next day, SDOT presented...
Should Seattle seek inspiration from its northern neighbor's unconventional transit choice? In recent years, Seattle had has its fair share of proposed aerial gondolas, a form of transit that Americans usually best associate with...
The West Seattle Bridge was just 36-years-young when it cracked, sagged, and threatened to collapse, adding another layer of pollution to the already highly polluted Duwamish River. The city grappled with what to do: repair or replace....
We invite you to join us for a Yes For Transit phonebank in support of Seattle's Proposition 1. The Urbanist co-hosted phonebank night is this Thursday (October 22nd) 5:30pm to 7:30pm, but there are plenty of other...
Nearly seven months into the West Seattle Bridge closure, the City is finally closing in on a decision to replace or repair the bridge. An announcement is planned for the week after the Community Task Force's October...
The Puget Sound Regional Council (PSRC) has narrowed the field of possible sites that a second major airport could be located by 2040. In the latest round of the Regional Aviation Baseline Study, the PSRC has identified...
The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is planning to install protected bike lanes to the far eastern border of South Lake Union along Eastlake Ave E in conjunction with King County Metro's work to install bus layover...