Transportation

Because being there is what's most important, WPC's Center for Transportation researches and analyzes the best practices for relieving traffic congestion by recapturing a vision of a system based on freedom of movement.

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Governor Inslee might let electric vehicle owners use ferries and toll roads for free

December 16, 2014 in Blog

As I was reading through Governor Inslee’s $12 billion transportation spending proposal, one line caught my attention:

 “Toll and ferry fare credit for [Electric Vehicles] EVs"

Governor Inslee seeks new taxes, announces $12 billion transportation spending plan

December 16, 2014 in Blog

Today, Governor Inslee announced his new $12 billion transportation spending plan. Under his plan, the state would spend close to $6 billion on the SR-520 Bridge, 507/167 Gateway, the North Spokane freeway and other highway projects. The Governor also wants to spend over $2 billion on subsidized mass transit and multimodal infrastructure.

City Inside/Out: Transit Turmoil

November 26, 2014 in In the News
Seattle Channel
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Seattle Channel
Date: 
Friday, September 12, 2014

Viewpoint: Fall 2014

November 26, 2014 in Publications

Click below to view our PDF version of our Fall 2014 issue of Viewpoint, WPC's quarterly magazine!

Northwest Now: Traffic Panel

November 26, 2014 in In the News
KBTC TV
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KBTC TV
Date: 
Friday, November 21, 2014

King County Council drops threats to neighborhood bus service, votes to adopt Washington Policy Center’s money-saving recommendations

November 24, 2014 in Blog

Seattle leaders now have the money to drop regressive tax increases

Last week, the King County Council voted to preserve 95% of Metro bus service without raising taxes. The council’s action will likely comfort those who stood to lose most from tax increases and threatened bus cuts: the public, bus riders, and especially, low-income families and the disabled. Earlier this year King County officials threatened to cut 17% of bus service if voters did not raise regressive tax increases on the April ballot.