On Infrastructure, Hopes for Progress This Year Look Glum

President Obama barely mentions the need for improvements in the nation’s capital stock in his State of the Union.

Citing vital need for transportation infrastructure, Port Commission opposes I-1125

Ballot measure would likely lead to delays, higher costs for future projects

The Port of Seattle Commission voted unanimously to oppose Initiative 1125, a ballot measure that would make significant changes in state law and make future transportation projects difficult to fund. The initiative would place tolling power in the hands of the Washington State Legislature, rather than the non-partisan Washington State Transportation Commission that currently holds the authority.

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