Ferries

Transpo Notes: Ferry Updates, New Eastrail Bridge, Transit Funding Car Lanes

This week's Transpo Notes roundup touches on Seattle Monorail fare increases, a new Eastrail bridge, transit funding car lanes in Kirkland, new U District...

Transpo Notes: Feds Boost ST3, Water Taxi Adds Evening Sailings, Tacoma Streetcar Gets New...

This week’s Transpo Notes roundup covers recommended federal funding that could accelerate Sound Transit 3 (ST3) projects, the King County Water Taxi's summer sailing...
A photo of a water taxi in Elliot Bay near Downtown Seattle

Transpo Notes: Bike Helmet Law Repeal, New Water Taxi Routes Report, Amtrak Cascades to...

This week’s Transpo Notes highlights include: repeal of King County's bike helmet law, return of cross-border Amtrak Cascades train service, preliminary report of King...

Transpo Notes: ST Enhanced Service Zone Bill Lives, Post-Apple Cup Link Meltdown Report, New...

This week’s Transpo Notes highlights include: SEA's new International Arrivals Facility, an advancing ST4 bill, a report on the post-Apple Cup Link meltdown, new...

Transpo Notes: Additive Sound Transit Bill, Pets Ahoy, Café Streets, and Via to Transit

This week’s Traspo Notes highlights: hearing on an additive Sound Transit funding bill, cats and dogs can ride the King County Water Taxi, the...

Kitsap Transit Reducing and Adding Service, Other Adjustments on November 29th

Transit operator shortages continue to hit agencies across the region and nation. Kitsap Transit is yet another provider that will be partially reducing service...
A pedestrian bridge over a waterfront highway

Two Very Different Pedestrian Bridges Coming to the Seattle Waterfront

The overhaul of the Seattle Waterfront, while not exactly close to completely wrapping up, is starting to take shape before our eyes. With work...

Puget Sound Transit Agencies Returning to Regular Vehicle Capacity in July

Puget Sound transit agencies have announced an end of pandemic-era capacity limits on buses, trains, and ferries. In a joint notice, the agencies said...