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This post attempts to explain the most unexpected and simple ways in which transit ridership can be increased.
Be part of a pilot project for a new transportation funding source.
King County Metro seeking to makes fares work better for riders and transit
The third and final 30-day special session concluded last Thursday.
Dayanne Carranza will be joining TCC this summer as an intern.
Initiative 947 is yet another Tim Eyman effort to keep us stuck in traffic.
Late Friday evening the legislature passed a $43.7 billion 2017-2019 operating budget.
Last Tuesday, the Washington State Legislature began its second 30-day special session.
The president released his full budget proposal earlier this week. This budget is an alarming statement against transit.
The Washington State legislature continues in overtime with at least one 30-day special session.
2017 has brought new uncertainty to the future of transit in our region.
The Washington State regular legislative session ended yesterday.
We appreciate efforts to address tax payer fairness and find reasonable solutions that do not impact voter-approved projects. However, we cannot support this bill in its current form.
PSRC’s long-range transportation plan sets policy goals and identifies transportation investments.
Yesterday,Washington State Senate held a public hearing on Sound Transit-related bills.
Last week, the House Transportation Committee held a Sound Transit 3 (ST3) work session.
The budget proposal is a huge blow for transit in Washington State
Why is the State Senate trying to delay Sound Transit projects?
Distracted driving endangers us all
What's been going on in Olympia in the past couple of weeks!