Matt Driscoll writes about the political dangers of struggling transit projects.
The mission of Trailhead Direct has changed slightly ($).
I-5 traffic will be re-routed onto and off of Montlake Boulevard this weekend, likely slowing down the 48, 255, 271 and 542.
Sound Transit report mentions cost overruns for West Seattle, along with other issues.
Alon Levy writes that local representation on public transit planning boards is bad.
Sound Transit staff has recommended prioritizing Lynnwood light rail service over an East Link “starter line” in recent board committee meetings.
Stride bus projects slip further behind, while locals don’t like street widening. Converting a general purpose lane to a bus-lane would save money, speed up the project, and eliminate the need to widen the street. I guess that is too obvious a solution.
This is an open thread.