Seattle resolves one, not the other.
Washington's monitoring program promises to be smart and effective.
North-south traffic through Seattle peaked way back in 1998.
Steep declines hint at Bertha's irrelevance.
Well, maybe not at the moment, Bertha.
Which one gets to where it's going?
A majority on the city council appears pro-cap.
But not if Seattle 'ridesharing' companies keep the city in the dark.
Puget Sound stormwater permits have been tied up in legal challenges—but a ruling is coming soon.
Two new graphics on WA's tax giveaway to Big Oil.