The South Hill community, an area already known for heavy traffic, has been bracing for this day for several months. Thursday morning, a section of Shaw Road is closing for several months forcing motorists to find other routes, including notoriously busy Meridian Avenue.
Interstate 5 motorists suffered an unexpected blow to their self esteem Tuesday when a state-operated sign flashed the message "U Suck," according to KCPQ-TV. The Washington State Department of Transportation apologized for the sign and called it a training mistake.
A pair of wrecks on northbound Interstate 5 in fife is creating havoc with the morning commute, according to the Washington State Patrol. The wrecks left at least one with minor injuries and are blocking the two left lanes, tweeted trooper Brooke Bova.
Southbound Interstate 5 will be detoured onto city streets and local highways Monday night in order for crews to remove the barricades that have created the collector/distributor lanes for state Route 16, Interstate 705 and South 38th Street.
Another harrowing road rage incident captured on video shows a suspect ramming his vehicle into a motorcyclist in Sarasota, Fla. recently. A witness said that the motorist threw change at the biker, who is recovering from his injuries.
Traffic Q&A: Leigh Starr with Tacoma's public works department explains why so many traffic signals seem to be on fixed time cycles, instead of using vehicle detection technology, especially in the downtown core.
Getting to Chambers Bay could take a little longer for the next three weeks. Starting Monday, work begins to repair seven corroded sewer manholes along Grandview Drive West and 64th Street West, two primary access roads for Chambers Bay Golf Course, the park and nearby neighborhoods.
The Washington State Department of Transportation will have an open house April 11, for drivers who use Exit 119 to learn about proposed changes to Steilacoom-DuPont Road interchange. The project is meant to improve freeway traffic.
Traffic Q&A: License plate covers and frames are sometimes tinted and can obscure the license plate and make it difficult to read. Is that allowed in Washington? How many license plates do you need to display?