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Posts Tagged ‘Seattle’

Seattle, WA: How Nora Gets Around with Public Transportation

Monday, July 6th, 2015
Seattle, WA: How Nora Gets Around with Public Transportation

Follow Nora as she walks her son to school and then takes the bus to work. Nora discusses useful tools that can help you get where you need to go, such as the OneBusAway app. Nora also talks about how walking and taking the bus have helped her and her family build community. Thanks to Nora and Ronan! Please like and share this video to help spread the word.

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Seattle, WA: Testing the New University Link Light Rail

Friday, June 26th, 2015
Seattle, WA: Testing the New University Link Light Rail

A light rail train makes a test run from Capitol Hill Station to the University of Washington Station as part of the first phase of train testing for the University Link light rail extension from downtown Seattle to UW. The 3.1-mile underground extension opens in early 2016, ahead of schedule and $150 million under budget.

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Seattle, WA: What’s to Do?

Thursday, May 21st, 2015
Seattle, WA: What’s to Do?

What’s to do when we’re running out of roads?
Enjoy congestion-free rides via Link light rail!

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Washington’s Top Transportation Challenges

Tuesday, April 28th, 2015
Chart 4. Most congested commuting routes in Washington.

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Washington’s residents and businesses require a high level of personal and commercial mobility. Population increases and economic growth in the state have resulted in an increase in the demand for mobility as well as an increase in vehicle miles of travel (VMT). To foster quality of life and spur economic growth in Washington, it will be critical that the state provide a safe and modern transportation system that can accommodate future growth in population, tourism, recreation and vehicle travel.

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Seattle, WA: Agony Alley

Thursday, April 23rd, 2015
Seattle, WA: Agony Alley

The average Seattle driver wastes 48 hours a year sitting in “agony alley.” What can a citizen do? By switching from driving to transit, a Seattle-area driver can save time and money — more than $12,000 a year! How’s that for green?

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Washington State: The Impact of the Growing Coal & Oil Industry

Monday, April 6th, 2015
Washington State: The Impact of the Growing Coal & Oil Industry

Up to three times a day trains carrying up to three million gallons of Bakken crude oil from North Dakota travel through the Northwest, quite literally under downtown Seattle and along the Puget Sound en route to oil refineries in Anacortes and Cherry Point. With big potential markets in Asia and a booming coal and oil industry in Wyoming and North Dakota in search of ports to export, the Northwest is poised to experience major growth in fossil fuel industries.

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Guest on The Infra Blog: Edward Murray, Mayor of Seattle

Tuesday, March 24th, 2015
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Businesses need roads and sewer systems and electricity and the internet to function…I think if people step away from ideology and look at how do you make the economy work, how do you create jobs, how do you help business, how do you make business very successful, then I think folks will move forward.

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Seattle, WA: Bertha Pushes Into the Access Pit

Monday, March 9th, 2015
Seattle, WA: Bertha Pushes Into the Access Pit

Bertha, the SR 99 tunneling machine, reached her stopping point in the SR 99 tunnel access pit on Tuesday night, March 3, 2015. This cleared the way for Seattle Tunnel Partners to begin a disassembly process that will likely take weeks. This time lapse video captures part of her journey into the access pit.

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Bus Rapid Transit in the Pacific Northwest

Wednesday, February 4th, 2015
Bus Rapid Transit in the Pacific Northwest

The Regional Transportation Alliance (RTA) is the business leadership group for regional mobility in the Research Triangle region of North Carolina including Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, and Cary.

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Seattle, WA: Jimi Hendrix Bus Shelter

Monday, November 24th, 2014
Seattle, WA: Jimi Hendrix Bus Shelter

King County Metro Transit unveiled the Jimi Hendrix-themed bus shelter at 23rd Avenue and Massachusetts Street as part of its ongoing bus shelter mural program…Jimi Hendrix Park and the new Metro stop shelter are located in the heart of Seattle’s vibrant Central District, a thriving multi-cultural community rich in heritage. Nestled adjacent to the Northwest African American Museum.

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