Related Program: The Record Can adaptive traffic lights ease congestion woes? By Bill Radke & Amina Al-Sadi • May 2, 2017 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Drivers wait to cross Mercer Street in Seattle KUOW Photo/Joshua McNichols Listen Listening... / 7:55 Bill Radke talks to Chris Long, the traffic engineering manager with the city of Bellevue, about adaptive traffic lights and how they can change the flow of traffic in busy areas. Tags: trafficSeattleBellevuetransportationTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content You probably have eco anxiety. You just don’t know it | terrestrial By Ashley Ahearn • May 2, 2017 Photo by Melanie Moore Listen Listening... / 19:00 When I first heard the term eco-anxiety — a chronic fear of environmental doom — I brushed it off. It seemed like something for people who sit on yoga mats and worry about how the world is going to end because we’re not recycling enough. Dark, sad poetry by kids in Seattle's juvenile jail By Isolde Raftery • May 1, 2017 KUOW Photo/Isolde Raftery The girl had been raped as a child. Years later, she was in juvenile detention in Seattle, telling her story to Richard Gold, who was helping her write a poem.