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SR 520 and SR 520 Trail closed June 14-17

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SR 520 will be closed in both directions between I-5 to the eastside, from 11 p.m.

Lakemont Blvd. to reopen week of June 10

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With a new bridge on Lakemont Boulevard nearly c

Sound Transit: Fare inspections at Link stations begin June 3

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Sound Transit is introducing a new fare inspection p

King County Metro unveils bus wrap and art installations honoring our AANHP community

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Three art projects by King County Metro employees were unveiled today honoring the American Asian, Na

Tomorrow, Friday May 17, is Bike Everywhere Day!

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At Tuesday’s council meeting, City Council proclaimed May as Bike Everywhere Month.

Two transit routes, no driving! Issaquah Alps joins Mt. Si for 2024 season of Trailhead Direct

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From King County Metro: Trailhead Direct, King County’s transit-to-trails service, will begin its seventh season on Saturday, May 25. Trailhead Direct is operated by King County Metro in partnership with King County Parks, the Seattle Department of Transportation, and promotional support from Amazon.

May 18 Spring District Family Festival shares transportation resources

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Are you looking for a fun, free, family-friendly event, and the

Sound Transit's Guide to Biking and the 2 Line

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May is Bike Month!

Lower Speed Limits Proposed for Bellevue Neighborhoods

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Speeding on local streets is the top concern heard from residents about traffic safety in Bellevue. In response to these concerns, the City of Bellevue is considering lowering the speed limit on most local streets from 25 mph to 20 mph. Local streets are streets that primarily provide access within neighborhoods and carry local traffic to collector arterials.