Road closures and another waterline project on the streets of Yakima as KNDO reports that the intersection of 40th Avenue and Tieton Drive will close from 7 pm to 6 am on Monday June 17th and Tuesday the 18th for a wastewater line installation.
The City of Yakima says the closure of two sections of J Street to through traffic begins tomorrow, June 3rd, for a wastewater line installation project and will be closed through at least Friday, June 7th.
Stay off that phone and drive. The best advice at any time say authorities but especially this week when extra patrols are out during the State Click-it or Ticket campaign. Police officers and sheriff's deputies from up and down the county are looking for people who don’t buckle up
At one time, Yakima boasted the largest interurban electric railway in the western United States. Even after the automobile became the preferred mode of transportation, the system moved fruit and freight all over Yakima
The airport traffic control stories and updates keep popping up with KAPP-tv now reporting that U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA) joined a bipartisan coalition of 41 senators in urging the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to stop the planned closure of 149 contract towers – including five in Washington state.
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