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Route 44 heads through downtown Ballard on Market Street on a fall evening. (Photo by Doug Trumm))

Route 44 Upgrade Pursues Elusive High-Quality Crosstown Service

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Route 44 is a workhorse, but it's far from a racehorse. 9,300 daily riders pack themselves into the lumbering beast of burden and suffer...

Help Decide How Route 70 Becomes RapidRide J

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Route 70 is not among Seattle's speedier buses, but that could change. The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is studying how to improve the route,...

Seattle Should Paint These 9 Bus Lanes within a Year

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To an urbanist, there's no sweeter sight than fresh red paint claiming a new bus lane. We have seen that sight a bit more frequently...

Neighborhood Street Fund Projects Head to Levy Oversight Committee

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A pedestrianized Ballard Avenue and protected bike lanes on Roy Street in Queen Anne were some of the street safety improvements dealt a setback...

Neighborhood Street Fund Voting Open Through May 5th

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Seattle's largest safe streets grant program, the Neighborhood Street Fund, is currently in the voting stage. Voting is open through Sunday, May 5th, with...

Seattle Stagnated on Vision Zero in 2018, Preliminary Crash Data Shows

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Preliminary data from the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) shows the total number of serious injuries and fatalities on Seattle's streets was virtually unchanged...

Extra Water Taxi Service and a Few Temporary Bus Lanes Planned for Seattle Squeeze

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On Thursday, officials from the City of Seattle, Washington State Department of Transportation, and King County Metro held a joint press conference to discuss...

Durkan’s SDOT Director Pick Could Jumpstart Stalled Department

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After nearly a year of interim directors, Mayor Jenny Durkan on Tuesday announced her pick to lead the Seattle Department of Transportation. Sam Zimbabwe,...