Due to COVID-19 risks, Sound Transit is directing contractors to suspend almost all construction on its transit expansion projects across the region. The very limited work that does continue will focus on
The state of Washington was to first feel the impact of the coronavirus. It was the first to report a case in the U.S. and the first to report a death. Sound
When friends become enemies it is always a messy situation. Sound Transit and Microsoft are starting to sling some mud at each other, and it has ended up in a lawsuit.
RT&S Editor-in-Chief talks with Sound Transit’s John Gallagher on how his agency is dealing with the coronavirus pandemic.
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When old meets new there is almost always an adjustment period. For Sound Transit, that adjustment period is going a little longer than expected.
Transit agencies suffer drop in ridership due to coronavirus fears. GoTriangle takes another angle with new commuter line. New transit line in Austin would cost taxpayers big time. Ottawa’s Confederation Line faces
Following the lead of New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), NJ Transit is stepping up preventive measures in an effort to deal with a potential coronavirus outbreak.
Sound Transit scored a victory in court on Feb. 13, but Initiative 976 is still in play.
Washington State Sen. Marko Liias is trying to sell at the Kelley Blue Book price. The lawmaker has drafted a bill that could help Sound Transit remove some of the sting of