Initiative 976, which was approved by voters back in November, is still waiting for its day in court. State lawmakers, however, are running short on patience.
Sound Transit is not flinching, even with the Initiative 976 looming overhead.
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Despite the passage of Initiative 976 in the state of Washington, Sound Transit is still taking in major funding for light rail projects. The U.S. DOT just finalized $1.4 billion worth of
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According to a report from The Seattle Times, Sound Transit CEO Peter Rogoff has removed Chief Executive Safety and Quality Officer Salah Al-Tamimi, as a result of the fatal Amtrak Cascades passenger
The top stories we were following the week ending Nov. 22: MBTA clears funding for phases 2 and 3 of Franklin Line Double Track Project. U.S. DOT pushes for increased safety
At its meeting on Nov. 21 the Sound Transit Board of Directors began the process of reviewing the agency’s response to the adoption of Initiative 976 (I-976) by statewide voters. After the
The first round of votes in the state of Washington involving Initiative 976 does not look promising and has the Sound Transit bracing for the worst.
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