Photos by George Liu and John Liu/NWAW
On April 2, the longest floating bridge in the world opened up to the public for the first time. This would be the SR 520 Bridge.
By Sue Misao Northwest Asian Weekly Against the wishes of the King County Democrats’ 33rd District, SeaTac Deputy Mayor Mia Su-Ling Gregerson has been appointed by the King County Council to the Washington State House of Representatives.
Construction on the SR 99 Edmonds International District Enhancements Project began on Thursday, Oct. 4. The $662,000 project is funded though federal Highway Enhancements grants and will provide improved illumination and enhanced visibility for the Edmonds International District commercial district, as well as create a visual gateway for the area.
There are two changes coming that aren’t thrilling many. One is the tolling on the 520 bridge, slated to begin Dec. 29. The other is a plastic bags ban, which will likely be implemented in July.
Starting Dec. 29, drivers will pay an electronic toll to cross the 520 bridge and the Washington State Department of Transportation is urging travelers to get ready by setting up a Good To Go! account. “Tolling is helping Washington move forward with critical transportation investments and will finance ongoing and future work to replace the […]
When the groundhog failed to see its shadow this past February, people were eager to usher in spring early. But as trees and flower begin to bloom
Recent information from the Seattle Times’ analysis of 2010 Census data indicates that the number of minorities has quickly