After debating a long list of transportation-related bills this session, Washington state lawmakers adjourned over the weekend with a handful of victories and plenty of issues left for next year.
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The two signs alert drivers to slow or stopped vehicles ahead in the right lane as heavy traffic exiting onto Highway 18 backs up onto the freeway.
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TuSimple says a safety engineer and a driver will be on board to monitor the trucks during the two-week pilot program.