If you haven't already, you may soon hear radio ads during your daily commute calling on lawmaker

"SR-167 carries the weight of the region on its shoulders,"

The state Legislature adjourned sine die on Friday, wrapping up the 2015 regular session

Supporters of SR 167 have long understood the importance of this critical trade corridor for Washington state. The highway was also a topic of conversation in our nation’s capital this week.

While the passage of a statewide transportation package by the House Transportation Committee gives hope to supporters of State Route 167, local governments around the state continue to remind lawmakers about the importance of getting something done this year.

House Transportation Committee Chair Judy Clibborn today unveiled her proposed amendment to the Senate-passed transportation revenue package.

Weeks after Senate passage of a statewide transportation revenue package, it looks like the House of Representatives is finally ready to enter into earnest negotiations on a final deal.

States across the country are raising their fuel taxes to pay for the upkeep of deteriorating roads and bridges, and in a surprising number of those states, the governors and legislative leaders pushing those changes are Republicans, not Democrats. The Atlantic explores how red states have come to love the gas tax.

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.

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