Congress is considering $2.5 billion in grants and loans to help railroads finish installing their long-delayed Positive Train Control networks.
Staff reporter Mike Lindblom covers transportation for The Seattle Times.
The proportion of commuters who arrive in the morning by train, bus, streetcar or walking onto ferries has reached 48.4 percent, or by 126,808 people.
Ramp-metering signals will begin operating at the Mercer Street entrances onto I-5 this spring.
Everett’s mix of highway trestles, limited corridors and job growth mean drivers lose more time every year to traffic jams.
Contractor files $12.5M lawsuit over work on Sound Transit’s Capitol Hill light-rail station | transit
The contractor says Sound Transit saved money building the station by underpaying for design changes the agency made while construction was underway. Sound Transit blames...
I-5 lane closures will allow crews to replace green overhead signs near Green Lake and Lake Union, the Washington State Department of Transportation says.
Cure for parking overload? Shuttle experiment begins from Des Moines to Angle Lake light-rail station
King County Metro this week started Route 635, which circulates as often as every 15 minutes during morning and afternoon peak times.
After 5 years, walk-bike bridge design for Northgate light-rail station still unfinished | Times Watchdog
The project underwent four evolutions in shape and route, at a budgeted design cost of $10.9 million to date, before an additional $27 million in...
The engineer operating the Amtrak train that derailed last month told investigators that he didn’t see signs and signals indicating a lower speed limit at...