- The legislative outlook for bicyclists.
- Magnolia wants to turn Business Access and Transit (BAT) lanes into HOV lanes.
- Early reaction to Swift. The Herald also takes a look at BRT ridership nationwide.
- Sen. Jim Kastama (D-Puyallup) reiterates that Seattle is on the hook for deep-bore tunnel overruns.
- Larry Phillips takes a victory lap for his audit, which saved Metro service for another two years.
- USDOT offers up $280m for streetcar and bus projects. Get on it, Seattle. (H/T: Alex Jonlin)
- Tacoma anti-berm forces not giving up yet.
- Issaquah will apparently not enter a “Transit Now” partnership to extend Route 200.
- The Central District News would like to get something — anything — in terms of rail.
- Help for bicyclists in Issaquah?
- According to spokesman Lane Keough, Seattle’s Best Coffee is offering “a 10% discount for Orca card holders at our company-owned cafes in Seattle, which includes locations inside the Seaboard Building (4th and Pike), Pacific Plaza (4th and Spring)), Broderick Building (2nd and James) and Post Alley.”
- Kitsap Transit bus kills pedestrian.
- Salt Lake City’s light rail story reminds me of ours.
- Women and bicycling.
- Half of Puget Sound Business Journal respondees expect to use Link to the airport. Considering the Eastside representation, that’s pretty good.
December 8, 2009 at 2:43 pm By
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