Posted on September 4, 2020
King County Executive Dow Constantine today announced Metro is rolling out more than 1,400 first-of-their-kind automated safety partitions between passengers and the driver, to be installed on Metro buses, including Sound Transit Express buses operated by Metro. Metro also will equip over 100 buses with on-board dispensers to provide masks on the busiest routes.
Posted on August 20, 2020
Sound Transit announced that contractors have substantially completed the civil construction of the tunnel that will connect the East Main and Bellevue Downtown stations when East Link begins operating in 2023.
Posted on July 13, 2020
The City of Bellevue, Transoft Solutions Inc., developers of transportation engineering software and road safety analytic technology, and the Together for Safer Roads coalition have partnered on a first-of-its kind, citywide analysis of traffic camera video with the goal of improving safety for all road users. The results of this project have been published in three technical reports, plus an executive summary.
Posted on July 9, 2020
From Sound Transit:
Beginning on Monday, July 13, crews will be performing curb corner work at the intersection of 112th Avenue Northeast and Main Street, specifically at the northeast corner. In preparation for this work, crews will be closing sidewalks and one right lanes adjacent to the work in downtown Bellevue. This work is scheduled to occur for approximately 2-3 weeks, Monday - Friday.
Posted on June 30, 2020
From King County Metro:
Heading into the first full weekend of summer, Metro continues to operate with some service reductions as well as the continuation of suspended fares on Metro service.
Posted on June 29, 2020
At the June 29 Bellevue City Council meeting, the mayor and city council proclaimed June 2020 as Bike Everywhere Month in Bellevue to recognize and encourage the hundreds of thousands of riders in Washington state who bike for travel and recreation.
Posted on June 5, 2020
A pilot project that gives people more room to safely walk and bicycle while physical distancing during the COVID-19 crisis – by temporarily closing streets to non-local vehicle traffic – is expanding starting Friday, June 5.
Posted on May 12, 2020
King County is directing people to wear cloth face coverings in certain settings to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus as more businesses reopen and activities resume, officials said Monday.
Posted on May 11, 2020
As part of the city’s response to the COVID-19 crisis the Transportation Department has implemented a Healthy Streets pilot project.
Posted on April 28, 2020
From Cascade Bicycle Club: