Elected officials believe transit options need to be expanded across the Puget Sound region, but Pierce County folks want more services available sooner from a $50 billion measure proposed by Sound Transit.
The White River Bridge on state Route 410 between Enumclaw and Buckley will reopen at 5 p.m. Wednesday (April 20), three days ahead of schedule, according to the Washington state Department of Transportation.
A half-dozen cycling enthusiasts stepped up the pressure on Lacey City Council Thursday night, urging the council to incorporate a 5-foot bike lane into the city’s plans to widen College Street Southeast.
Q: Was riding my bike on a two-lane road with bike lanes in each direction. A school bus approached in the opposite lane, stopped with red lights flashing and flag extended and kids got out. No kids were crossing the street, so I slowed way down and passed by the bus. Legal or illegal? Dave K., Federal Way
Q: Why is the Washington State Department of Transportation building a sound barrier on the east side of state Route 167 south of Auburn made out of blocks? It seems concrete panels would be much less expensive to build and repair. – Tim T., Elk Plain