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Seattle Transit Blog Page 2 Best Posts Useful Links Calendar Definitions Seattle For Visitors Archives ⇒ NavigatePage 2Best PostsUseful LinksCalendarDefinitionsSeattle For VisitorsArchivesSupport Waterfront Transit Lanes: Comment Deadline May 18 May 13, 2016 at 7:30 am By Zach Shaner WSDOT Photo Back in December we reported that the Office of the Waterfront would undertake a Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Statement (SDEIS) to study removal of the planned bus lanes on the future Alaskan Way. There was some confusion at the time because no organized groups were agitating for such an outcome, and that all parties had generally agreed on the merits of transit priority. But the number of understandable complaints about
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  • [H1] Seattle Transit Blog
  • [H2] Support Waterfront Transit Lanes: Comment Deadline May 18
  • [H2] Podcast #16: Literal NIMBYism
  • [H2] News Roundup: Huge Improvement
  • [H2] Center City Connector Takes Another Step Forward
  • [H2] First Hill Streetcar Ridership a Mystery
  • [H2] Keep STB Going Strong in 2016
  • [H2] Editorial: Fix the SE Seattle Restructure
  • [H2] Sunday Open Thread: Expo Line to the Beach
  • [H2] How Puget Sound Will Escape DC Metro’s Fate
  • [H2] News Roundup: YIMBY
  • [H2] WSDOT Says HOV-3 “Difficult to Justify”
  • [H2] The Southeast Seattle Bus Restructure Responds to Community Input
  • [H2] Extending Rail to South Kirkland
  • [H2] Run a Link Bus Overnight
  • [H2] Progressive Nonprofit Coalition Submits ST3 Comments
  • [H2] SE Seattle Restructure Passes Out of Committee
  • [H2] Answer the Parking Question by Selling the Land
  • [H2] Rapid Ride C & D Ridership Way Up
  • [H2] Sinkhole Opens Above Northgate Link, Two Homes Evacuated
  • [H2] Sunday Open Thread: Rapid Transit in 1964
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