Author: Michelle Baruchman

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The Womxn's March is one of three taking place in Seattle this weekend, the result of ongoing tension and questions, locally and at the national... [Read More]
"Sometimes it feels like not enough has changed." said Claudia Augustine, a lawyer in Seattle who attended Saturday's Womxn's March, one of three marches in... [Read More]
There were some delays — even a tale of a two-hour ordeal — but many readers say their first workweek of post-viaduct commuting has been... [Read More]
Developers of medium to large-sized buildings outside the downtown core must review the potential impact on traffic and offer tenants alternatives to driving alone, the... [Read More]
Questions continue to roll into the Traffic Lab inbox about buses. In this week's Q&A, Traffic Lab reached out to Scott Gutierrez, a spokesman for... [Read More]
The Alaskan Way Viaduct is expected to close for good in January and the new four-lane Highway 99 tunnel will open a few weeks later.... [Read More]
Attention HOV-lane cheaters: The State Patrol is looking for you... [Read More]
HOV-lane violations are one of the most frequent complaints the State Patrol receives. [Read More]
HOV-lane violations are one of the most frequent complaints the State Patrol receives. [Read More]
Seattle's three-day parking limit has a reader concerned about leaving his car parked on the street and finding a ticket when he comes back. [Read More]
The Port of Seattle purchased the 42-mile Eastside rail corridor that connects the city of Snohomish with Woodinville, Kirkland, Redmond, Bellevue and Renton in 2009... [Read More]
As Mayor Jenny Durkan decides whether or not to continue construction of the First Avenue streetcar, we look back at the history of the Seattle's... [Read More]
Buses: You have questions; King County Metro has answers. [Read More]
The National Weather Service in Seattle has issued an Air Quality Alert for Western Washington, as wildfire smoke returns to the Puget Sound. [Read More]
Have you learned to ride a bicycle or started riding again within the previous year? We're interested in hearing from you. What got you started?... [Read More]
While millions of public dollars are going for bike lanes in Seattle, the city's data collection on actual bike-lane ridership is scattered and incomplete. Given... [Read More]
Thick smoke from wildfires raging in British Columbia, Canada, and in the eastern portion of the state is expected to spread into western Washington starting Sunday. [Read More]
Negotiating with a ground-crew member flying upside down above Puget Sound is normally not part of the job description. Yet that was the scenario Friday... [Read More]
The closures are part of the Revive I-5 project, a series of weekend work sessions to repair and resurface portions of Interstate 5. [Read More]
Crews have been repaving 35th Avenue Northeast since June in a project planned to include a bicycle lane and parking restrictions — prompting an outcry... [Read More]
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