Fife Mayor Tim Curtis this morning reminded us of our region's world class status in a
Recent public opinion poll data shows that citizens in the Puget Sound region see an urgent need for infrastructure investments.
The SR 167 Completion Coalition is organizing a lunch Wednesday, March 25, for highway proponents to meet with House members and ask for their support.
While the 2015 U.S. Open took center stage at the Economic Development Board for Tacoma-Pierce County lunch Wednesday, State Route 167 shared the spotlight briefly.
The News Tribune this morning celebrated the Senate’s passage of a statewide transportation package, declaring it a “breakthrough.”
The Washington State Senate today wound up its debate on a statewide transportation package that
When your local transportation network is failing, the impacts can be severe. Take for example, the City of Fife.
The Senate Transportation Committee, in a 10-to-5 vote, last night passed a statewide transportation revenue package that includes over $1.8 billion to complete state routes 167 and 509.
Supporters of completing State Route 167 were particularly vocal at a Senate committee hearing yesterday to express support for a statewide transportation revenue package.
Those who watch modern politics may have forgotten that there once was a time when legislative bodies worked.