Parking

If You Build It, They Will Come (Even if You Don’t Include Parking)

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The McMenamins Elks Temple in Tacoma has been open for two weeks. With its five eateries and bars, ballroom, and 45 hotel rooms, this...

City Council Passes Electric Vehicle-Ready Legislation for Off-Street Parking

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On Monday, the Seattle City Council passed legislation to require to much of new development in the city to provide electric vehicle-ready (EV) equipment....

City Agencies Re-Charge the Debate About Transportation Priorities On Broadway

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If you need space in front of the Capitol Hill light rail station--and you're not a bike or streetcar--contact the Seattle Department of Transportation...

Two New Frelingford Projects Take Advantage of MHA but Show a Different Approach

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On Monday, two projects went before the Northeast Design Review Board, each for their second round of Early Design Guidance. Each promised to deliver...

Mediation Meltdown: 35th Avenue NE Still Needs Mayoral Leadership

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After more than a year of contentious wrangling over proposed safety improvements to 35th Avenue NE, mediation between two local groups is now over...

Wonkabout Washington: Pierce County Doubles Protected Farmland, Next Steps on Sound Transit’s Paid Parking

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Submit your nominations for the Futurewise Livable Community Awards! Each year, Futurewise honors community leaders in five categories (Local Government Excellence, Equity and Environment, Protecting...

Sound Transit Expands Permit Parking at Its Park-and-Rides

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On Thursday, the Sound Transit Board of Directors approved a revamped permit parking program for Sound Transit-operated parking facilities. The program will allow Sound...

Wonkabout Washington: Seattle Has Too Much Parking and Olympia Expands Missing Middle Housing

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New study shows Seattle has overabundance of parking Since the invention of the automobile, Americans have been obsessed with where to park them. Yet, new...