Posts Tagged ‘Transportation’

Pronto! Ready to Roll in Seattle this Monday

It’s finally here – a bike-share program begins on Monday, Oct. 13 in the most bike-friendly state in the nation. That’s us, Washington state. Pronto! Cycle Share starts service with 500 bikes and 50 stations in Seattle, including nearly 30 in our Downtown area, which includes parts of South Lake Union and Capitol Hill.  Here’s [...]

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What’s next for King County Metro Transit? A Message from King County Executive Dow Constantine

We’ve seen the idea of a Seattle-only tax measure directed at preserving bus service within the city. This property tax proposal needs 20,000 signatures by June 4 to reach the November ballot. Seattlepi.com – 8 legislators endorse ‘Seattle-only’ bus rescue plan The Seattle Times – Group seeks property-tax hike to preserve Seattle bus routes Publicola – Metro: Seattle-only [...]

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Bring Your Ballots to the Save Metro Ballot Party

Remember to vote for the April 22 Special Election and join Move King County Now and Washington Bus for the Save Metro Ballot Party this Wednesday. The ballots are out and now it’s time to vote “Yes” on Prop. 1. King County Metro needs your vote to save transit from a 17% cut in service. [...]

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Voter Registration Status – Know Your Status

Moved recently? Make sure your voter registration is up to date so you can receive your ballot in the mail. If you’ve moved recently, now is a good time to update your voter registration. The King County Transportation District measure will have a profound effect on transit and transportation options in Downtown, so make sure [...]

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Save Metro Mondays: Beers for Buses with Move King County Now

Come for drinks and appetizers and support Move King County Now in their efforts to save Metro service. Join Seattle Mayor Ed Murray, Kent Mayor Suzette Cooke, Kenmore Mayor David Baker, King County Executive Dow Constantine, King County Council Chair Larry Phillips, King County Councilmember Rod Dembowski, and King County Council Vice Chair Joe McDermott [...]

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