Seattle Post-Intelligencer

A recent "political compromise" forces Metro to phase out the City's highly popular free bus service that serves over 10 million riders per year.
Aug 13, 2011   Seattle Post-Intelligencer
MIMBYs? Seattle plans to build a one-story light-rail station in the Roosevelt neighborhood's commercial district, but locals are fighting for greater density and reducing zoning restrictions on the site.
Jul 18, 2011   Seattle Post-Intelligencer
In Washington state, King County Council will vote on a measure to adopt a new algorithm for transit service policy.
Jun 20, 2011   Seattle Post-Intelligencer
A new road safety bill up for consideration in Washington would increase rules and regulations for motorists and cyclists.
Jan 5, 2011   Seattle Post-Intelligencer
The nation's first electric highway could be coming to the Pacific Northwest.
Jul 10, 2010   Seattle Post-Intelligencer
An ambitious bill encouraging dense, transit-oriented development in the Seattle area has drawn negative responses from residents who criticize its "one-size-fits-all" approach.
Feb 21, 2009   Seattle Post-Intelligencer
After a recent state ruling requiring Seattle and other Puget Sound cities to control polluted stormwater runoff, smaller cities and suburbs could be brought on board as well.
Feb 6, 2009   Seattle Post-Intelligencer
The Old Town neighborhood of Bellingham, WA, is a hangout for the homeless. The city plans to revitalize the area with new condo buildings, but locals fear that new residents won't mix well with the current ones.
Nov 11, 2008   Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Puget Sound voters strongly supported Sound Transit's sales tax measure to expand public transit while Washington state voters overwhelmingly rejected an Eyeman initiative to allow solo motorists to use carpool lanes during off-peak hours.
Nov 7, 2008   Seattle Post-Intelligencer
It's time for Seattle to take a few chances with its architecture, according to the author of this article.
Nov 6, 2008   Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Going beyond traditional approaches to public art, Washington's transit authority has launched a program that provides the city with art that expresses Seattle's "core identity."
Oct 3, 2008   Seattle Post-Intelligencer