Despite an ongoing legal challenge attempting to undo Initiative 976, state lawmakers returned to Olympia this week pledging to write a transportation budget as if...
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Crews were still assessing road conditions Monday afternoon and the closure was likely to last at least into Tuesday, said WSDOT spokesman Bart Treece.
Long road ahead as Washington transportation officials recommend per-mile charge to replace the state’s gas tax
The vote in Olympia takes the per-mile fee idea one step closer to formal consideration and offers a preview of debates likely to play out...
Tim Eyman says the Attorney General's Office is botching the defense of his Initiative 976. State Solicitor General Noah Purcell says the office rejected Eyman's...
The lawsuit stemmed from a dispute over delays caused when tunnel-boring machine Bertha stalled in 2013.
Voters across Washington last month approved I-976, which attempts to lower many vehicle registration fees to $30.
Twenty-five people have died and 153 have been seriously injured in crashes so far this year, preliminary Seattle data shows. The vast majority of those...
Soon after it passed, Seattle, King County, the Garfield County Transportation Authority and a handful of other groups sued, claiming the initiative is unconstitutional.
Dozens of road expansions, transit projects and vehicle purchases for agencies like King County Metro will be put on hold for at least six months.
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