Pierce County Executive Pat McCarthy speaking last night at the Tacoma Convention Center. Sound Transit held its Long Range Plan update scoping meeting at the Tacoma Convention Center last night. If you missed it, here is Sound Transit's presentation in ...
Sound Transit's 2005 Long Range Plan Sound Transit is in the process of updating its regional long range vision for transit projects in the Central Puget Sound. The purpose of this exercise is to prepare for potential expansion of the regional transit syst...
Two options for Hilltop Streetcar alignments: B1 or B2 There are two options presented by Sound Transit, B1 and B2. The B1 option is pretty self-explanatory. It would include double track along Division Avenue, turn on MLK Jr Way and terminate at S. 19th ...
On Wednesday, Tacoma's Infrastructure, Planning, and Sustainability Committee heard a Sound Transit presentation on Tacoma Link Expansion (11/13/2013) focusing on what exact streets would possibly be used for the extension. Sound Transit broke the options ...
Patriot Act author Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner, R-Wis., and Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy , D-Vt., introduced the USA Freedom Act on Tuesday with the help of some co-sponsors previously opposed to the bill's goal of ending the bulk data collection by the National Security Agency. http://ow.ly/qir6o
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