It’s tempting to check social media while stuck in traffic, but that’s illegal now in Washington state. Tickets cost $136 for a first offense.
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Washington state’s new distracted-driving law is now in effect. Here’s what you need to know to avoid a ticket.
Seattle police are writing fewer jaywalking tickets, but high rate still issued to black pedestrians | FYI Guy
“On the face of it, it appears to be a disparity,” said Seattle Police Assistant Chief Perry Tarrant. Overall, jaywalking tickets are way down in...
Seattle will fix or install 22,500 curb ramps over the next 18 years to settle a federal class action lawsuit brought by three men with...
Spoiler: Incessant tapping won’t make a walk sign appear any faster.
Fatal pedestrian collisions are up 20 percent — and we're walking while distracted more than ever, recent studies and polls show.
Seattle ranks 5th among big U.S. cities for the amount of time motorists spend searching for open parking spaces, a new report finds. Drivers here...
Hundreds of people shared their opinions via phone calls, emails and social media after Traffic Lab’s story last week about mandatory, fee-based bicycle-registration programs. Here’s...
While parking becomes increasingly difficult in our congested city, knowing which spots are legit — and which are ticket traps — is crucial.
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