Bill Radke talks with University of Washington researcher Anat Caspi about Access Map Seattle, which provides information for people with limited mobility. The map contains information about street elevation changes, access to curb ramps and locations of construction sites. Caspi directs the Taskar Center For Accessible Technology at the UW.
A Ballard social club isn't ready to sell a parcel of land to a Ballard health club. But what happens when health club members become the social club members? Unethical or not? We'll tell you the story.
Also, should you be able to rent out your place on Airbnb even if that means one less house for a local renter?
And King County might create three new passenger ferry routes. Are we going back to our future of water transportation?
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As Iran prepares to pump even more oil into an already glutted market, that oversupply isn't just making gas cheaper for your car — it's also causing jet fuel prices to go down sharply. And that's now pushing airfares down, too.
The public will have its last chance to weigh in on the design for the University District light rail station this Thursday. The project is 90 percent designed and shows a conservative approach to its public art.
At least, it's conservative compared to Capitol Hill Station. That station features two fighter jets, which appear to explode like brittle origami cranes in a jet kiss over the station platform.
The North American International Auto Show is a place where car industry gathers to celebrate — and in recent years to apologize. At this year's show in Detroit, it was Volkswagen CEO Matthias Mueller's turn to face the media.
The Department of Homeland Security Friday extended its deadline for non-compliant states to raise ID card standards. That means a regular driver's license issued by Idaho, Oregon or Washington state will be acceptable identification to board an airplane for at least another two years.