Clark Williams-Derry: Deputy director, leads Sightline's research and outreach efforts. Clark brings considerable powers of data geekery to blog topics like climate change and transportation patterns. Previously, Williams-Derry served as senior analyst with the Environmental Working Group. Email: clark [at] sightline [dot] org.
North-south traffic through Seattle peaked way back in 1998.
Steep declines hint at Bertha's irrelevance.
Well, maybe not at the moment, Bertha.
ODOT bridge engineer can't remember his own study.
Despite all evidence, BC's transportation planners still project massive traffic growth.
Traffic's down and the money is gone...but the state is still pushing for megaprojects.
Unions represent a small and declining share of PRB workforce.
For WSDOT, fighting congestion is likely to mean focusing on Seattle and expanding tolls.
Changes to Seattle's Transit Score underline the impacts of buses.
A move to cut power demand may affect US coal exports.