From 2019 to 2021, the number of traffic infractions issued by Seattle police dropped by 68%, FYI Guy writes.
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WSDOT's "Revive I-5" project flips to the left side this weekend, so there will be no southbound express lanes and Sodo drivers must keep right.
The date, a beacon of hope, is the most specific milestone set by the city since the West Seattle Bridge closed in 2020 due to...
Closed for more than two years, the West Seattle Bridge is about to reopen with a massive 92-ton infusion of steel to strengthen it.
Data indicates that broadly written state laws that prohibit drivers from holding a cellphone under any circumstance appear to be effective in reducing rear-end crashes.
Battery-powered vehicles are considered essential to the fight against climate change, but most models are aimed at the affluent.
Nine ferry providers, including Washington State Ferries, will get a total of $42.4 million, which is more than double the amount the state received in...
The M/V Chilkat, recently a whale-watching boat, will carry travelers between Des Moines and Seattle's Pier 66 beginning Aug. 10.
WSDOT will leave the I-90 to I-5 connection open during this weekend's roadwork in Sodo to help Seafair attendees and sports fans.