Saturday, 31 October, 2020
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...
The Washington Supreme Court ruled this morning that Initiative 976 violated the state constitution--twice, in fact--and struck it down accordingly. As a result, transportation agencies across the state will keep a key funding source: motor vehicle license...
On October 12th, Sound Transit began their online open house for the 130th Street light rail station's design. Approved by voters in 2016, this station will eventually join the Lynnwood Link expansion stations and 145th station to...
This week the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is starting construction on a protected bike lane across the Dr. Jose Rizal Bridge on 12th Avenue South between Little Saigon and north Beacon Hill. This will be the...
Last week, the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) opened its newest bridge to general purpose vehicle traffic after two years of construction. The South Lander Street Bridge in SoDo separates vehicles, pedestrians, and people biking from the...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uKcZxwTAVEM Bloomberg QuickTake looks at a company that is using 3-D printing to tool all sorts of vehicles, including mini-buses. Could this be a significant contributor to small-scale transit in the future?
Back in 2018, we reported that Mayor Durkan's "Move Seattle Reset" had cut Route 40, Route 44, and Route 48 from RapidRide plans, instead promising lesser improvements. This month, we learned that King County Metro and the...