$96 million dollars could be the new overall budget cap for all seven corridors that the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) promised voters it would upgrade to prioritize transit, according to the newly released findings from the reassessment of...
Seattle's annual traffic report includes a map of the locations where pedestrian collisions occurred, with the number increasing with the size of the blue dot. Looking at 2016's map, the data is much like previous years: it shows that pedestrians...
On October 14th, former Seattle City Councilmember Nick Licata wrote a blog post that may mislead enough people to stop an excellent local transit project that Seattle Subway has supported since its inception. Since publishing his post,...
When the latest designs for Madison Street's BRT line were released in March, street safety advocates were dismayed at how the bike and pedestrian safety components of the project seem to be diminishing after every step of design work....
The RapidRide G Line (aka Madison BRT) is in the final stretch of the planning process. Public comment on a draft proposal has closed, sending the project back to engineers and planners to make final tweaks to the design...
This week, in an online open house, the Seattle Department of Transportation is presenting the latest update to the plans for the $120 million Madison Street improved transit corridor, recently announced as the RapidRide G line. The plans show...
Relative to other medium-sized American cities, Seattle has a good bus network. What it doesn't have is a true bus rapid transit (BRT) line. The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) wants to change that with "Madison Bus Rapid Transit,"...