Posted on September 12, 2019
As the City of Bellevue plots a course for environmental stewardship here over the next five years, it welcomes feedback from the community. There are two ways residents can get involved:
Posted on September 6, 2019
People interested in learning more about ongoing improvements along the Interstate 405/State Route 167 corridor are invited to join transportation agencies and elected officials for an advisory group meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 10. The meeting will be held from 10 a.m. to noon at the Bellevue Public Library, 1111 110th Ave NE.
Posted on September 1, 2019
In Bellevue, WSDOT will build a new southbound auxiliary lane in the I-90 to 112th Avenue Southeast vicinity, improve the Coal Creek Parkway interchange and reconstruct the bridges at Main Street and at 112th Avenue Southeast.
Posted on August 2, 2019Sound Transit's contractor crew plan weekend directional closures on Interstate 405 for up to two weekends in August.
Posted on July 31, 2019
The first phase of a long-anticipated project to widen 124th Avenue Northeast to accommodate growth in the BelRed area and allow future passage of the East Link light rail line will begin on Monday, Aug. 5.
Posted on July 25, 2019
From WSDOT: A new flight path will allow the Blue Angels to soar over the Seattle area during the 2019 Seafair Air Show without closing the Interstate 90 floating bridge.
Sound Transit crews install innovative track equipment to enable light rail vehicles to cross I-90 floating bridge
Posted on July 24, 2019
Sound Transit is a step closer to the first-in-the-world achievement of operating light rail on a floating bridge as construction crews install the innovative track bridges that will enable light rail vehicles to transition onto the floating bridge, and the specialized track attachments that minimize weight and isolate stray current from the electric system that powers the trains.
Posted on July 22, 2019
This past weekend we unveiled the Eastrail, the new name for the emerging 42-mile multipurpose trail previously known as Eastside Rail Corridor. The Eastrail name evokes its rail history and its trail future. The new tagline, “Let’s Connect,” reflects the vision of the corridor to better connect Eastside communities with an uninterrupted, non-motorized trail.
Posted on July 22, 2019
Forty years after the first vanpools started in Seattle in 1979, King County Metro’s publicly-owned and operated commuter van program leads the nation for having the most public vanpools. Today and this month we celebrate this important milestone in public transit history four decades in the making and dubbed VANniversary.
Posted on July 19, 2019
The Eastside Rail Corridor segments in Bellevue already include more than two miles of interim gravel trail for pedestrians and bicyclists. But the best is yet to come, with the development of a new ped-bike bridge over Northeast Eighth Street, a "floating" trail atop a refurbished Wilburton Trestle and a new span over Interstate 405.
Come celebrate the entire corridor -- including the unveiling of a new name -- at a family-friendly event on Saturday, July 20, 10 a.m.-noon, at Redmond Central Connector Park. Live music, a kids’ bike rodeo, a group ride and more.