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TCC: Contact your legislators now to support fully-funded transit

Don’t cut transit! There are so many reasons why cutting transit funding makes no sense. But instead of listing them all here, I want you all to think of them for yourselves. Then I want you to write those reasons … Continue reading

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Eyman writes sloppy garbage initiatives, but we also need to find a path to statewide carbon-reduction votes

When news broke this morning that the court had granted an injunction delaying the effects of I-976 pending a final ruling on the initiative, there was a clear sense of relief among transportation advocates. Without an injunction, transportation agencies across … Continue reading

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Council passes budget with vital South Seattle investments, leaves I-976 cuts for later if they lose in court — UPDATE: Injunction granted!

The City Council passed the 2020-21 budget Monday, including some vital investments in transportation safety and equity. The wins are big and worth celebrating, though they are also uncertain due to the looming threat of I-976. If the initiative makes … Continue reading

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How to help fight for transit and local transportation funding by defeating I-976

Washington’s most famous Office Depot chair thief also wants to take our voter-approved transit and local transportation funding. We must defeat I-976. Basically, Tim Eyman’s initiative would preempt local governments and agencies in places where voters have approved using vehicle … Continue reading

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