The Washington State Transportation Commission has just completed a statewide survey of the Voice of Washington State (VOWS) survey panel that asked thousands of Washington state residents several questions on transportation
Nearly 60,000 bicyclists and pedestrians were counted by volunteers across Washington during a three-day survey in 2012. About 400 volunteers will be needed again this fall to count the number of people who ride bike or walk to their destinations.
Residents of Wapato are a step closer to paying a little more for road improvements. A twenty dollar fee for car tabs could be added. Wapato city leaders decided the transportation benefit area and will start a detailed plan on how the money will be used to improve the streets
New developments have transformed many parts of Selah over the years. "This area, these hay fields are all gone," said Selah Public Works Director Joe Henne. "We now have a Les Schwab, we have Helms Hardware
Voters could be asked in November to increase car tabs $20 to pay for street repairs. Instead of placing the issue on the November ballot, the City Council decided to hold off and wait for new Yakima City Manag
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