Sightline Author

Jennifer Langston

Jennifer Langston: Researcher and Sightline Daily editor, combs through thousands of headlines day to bring you the region's top sustainability news. She also writes about issues such as energy, oceans, and riding the bus with her toddler. Previously, she worked at the Seattle Post-Intelligencer and other papers in Washington and Idaho. Email: jennifer [at] sightline [dot] org.

Jennifer's Posts

What Does 17% Mean?

Proposed King County bus cuts would run deep.

A New Measure of Food Deserts, Part 2

In King County, at least, proximity to a grocery store may not matter.

Ride-For-Hire Roundup

Lawsuits and initiatives and crashes, oh my!

Seattle’s New Ride-For-Hire Universe

Seattle caps Lyft, UberX, Sidecar drivers at 150 (for now).

3 Charts: Bus Cuts Drive Riders Away

To see Seattle's future, look to Portland and Tacoma.

Rideshare Update: Caps and Insurance Gaps

Seattle resolves one, not the other.

Bertha vs. The Bus

Which one gets to where it's going?

Seattle Headed Towards ‘Rideshare’ Regs

A majority on the city council appears pro-cap.

O’Brien’s Taxi Plan Could Work

But not if Seattle 'ridesharing' companies keep the city in the dark.

The Plan to Save Metro

King County's transportation needs won't wait any longer.