The initiative, which is leading by 10 points, would slash vehicle registration fees, but wipe out funding for transit and road projects—even voter-approved local measures.
The Seattle hiking shuttle’s ridership grew 75 percent in its second year—but its future is unclear.
Now nearly 60 years old, the Monorail will finally accept ORCA cards—and even some transfers—thanks to an agreement between the operator and Seattle Center.
You can do it at a trot, you can do it at a gallop, you can do it on a Sounder train.
Driving to the game is unpleasant—so why not share a train from the ‘burbs with a bunch of other fans?
The fraught streetcar project just got a loan from the city to figure out exactly what it needs to keep going.
The increase comes as the ferry system goes for a greener fleet. A low-income fare pilot is likely on the way.
For those who hate driving, and more importantly, those without a car who still want to access the region’s amazing natural areas, it’s possible to go hiking by transit both within the city and nearby.
Public transit is a great way to see the city—and Link Light Rail will take you on a tour from University of Washington to Othello.
Our guide to the whole Pride weekend
Brand-new vehicles, going into service next year, have more leg room and additional bike hooks.
The city says it wants to find an equitable way to toll city streets
"Three people did not have to die"
It’s the third responsive shuttle service in an expanding offering from the county
New, expanded Trailhead Direct service includes more trails and more pickups.
King County Metro is going through some changes
The Sounder train will start running before and after select weekend Mariners games so folks on the Sounders line don’t have to get behind the wheel to get into the stands.
Sam Zimbabwe has been basically on the job for a while now
The "ORCA Opportunity" plan will be expanded to residents of some low-income housing communities—at least for now
What’s affecting getting around this weekend—and how to ride transit to it (or around it)
After months on hold, the streetcar project is back on with an updated plan
As Seattle heads into a three-week traffic, there are some added transit options—and missed opportunities
What’s blocking up traffic and transit this weekend—and how to navigate around it
The nomination still needs City Council approval
By expanding its responsive shuttle service, Metro hopes to mitigate the coming State Route 99 closure
By partnering with private apps, Metro hopes to encourage more people to carpool