The Washington State Department of Transportation unveiled a new bridge that is meant to alleviate traffic in a busy freight corridor near the Port of Tacoma.June 29, 2021
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has determined that Washington state’s meal-and-rest-break rules for commercial truck drivers are pre-empted by federal hours-of-service regulations.November 16, 2020
Northwest Equipment Sales has opened a dealership in Burbank, Wash., that offers brands from Mack Trucks and Volvo Trucks North America.June 16, 2020
Sheri Call, executive vice president of Washington Trucking Associations, said her members are experiencing a slowdown because of COVID-19’s impact on trade with China.March 12, 2020
Last week’s vote in Washington state to roll back car registration fees has scrambled transportation budgets. But Pacific Northwest rail advocates are undeterred in pursuing their vision of a bullet train connection among Portland, Seattle and Vancouver, Canada.
The Seattle Department of Transportation has launched a public version of dotMaps, its online tool to help travelers stay informed about construction projects and plan their routes.November 4, 2019
The Supreme Court of Washington filed a decision upholding minimum-wage compensation practices employers use to pay commercial truck drivers.September 6, 2019
The Washington state Senate and House both passed $10 billion, two-year transportation spending bills in the last two weeks, with nearly $200 million dedicated to projects in the Spokane area.
The Washington state Senate Transportation Committee passed a $15 billion transportation package March 6 that includes $450 million for a new Interstate 5 bridge across the Columbia River.
Washington’s Port of Everett was awarded a $5.9 million loan from the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Build America Bureau to assist with ongoing rail upgrades at the facility, Secretary Elaine Chao announced.