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The 2021 election will determine Seattle’s transportation future + Endorsements roundup

In 2024, voters will likely be asked to fund Seattle’s renewed vision for transportation. The 2015 Move Seattle Levy will be set to expire, and it will need to be replaced by a new measure. Ballots are in the mail, … Continue reading

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Who local transportation organizations endorsed in the 2020 general election

Your ballot is either in the mail or has already arrived. If you are in King County, you can check your ballot’s status online here. The tracker now indicates whether it has been mailed or has been delivered, which is … Continue reading

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TRU’s Wilson: Four steps ‘to spark Seattle’s transportation revolution’

Katie Wilson of the Transit Riders Union has penned a two–part op-ed for Crosscut, and of course they are both must-reads. Seattle’s climate emissions are increasing. And transportation is our biggest offender. We need a lot more people to drive … Continue reading

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Seattle releases unique walking and biking maps for each public school

Earlier this month, we reported on the city’s fantastic School Road Safety Plan, designed to help schools, parents, students and the city all work together to end traffic deaths and injuries near schools. Well, one cool part of that plan … Continue reading

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