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.

The bipartisan statewide transportation package unveiled by Sens. Curtis King and Steve Hobbes last week is scheduled for a legislative hearing on Wednesday, Feb. 18, at 3:30 in Senate Hearing Room 1 of the Cherberg Senate Office Building.

Supporters of the completion of State Route 167 expressed vocal support for the compromise transportation package released yesterday by a bipartisan group of state senators.

A bipartisan coalition of four senators today announced agreement on a $15 billion, 16-year state

Senators were reminded of the importance of transportation to a successful, thriving maritime ind

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