End in Sight
With construction ending on major East Sprague construction, businesses say the city can learn a few things for its work on Monroe
By Samantha Wohlfeil
Tags: News, TRANSPORTATION
Wanted: Bus Drivers
More kids and more routes means a need for more bus drivers for Spokane Public Schools
By Forrest Holt
Tags: News, Transportation
Spokane is taking its first steps to becoming the city of tomorrow
Safer Spokane submits oil and coal train initiative signatures, aiming to get on November ballot
Tags: News, Spokane, oil trains, oil, coal, coal trains, safety, regulation, transportation, BNSF, Union Pacific, News
STA bus drivers want plexiglass shield to protect them from violent or angry passengers
By Daniel Walters
Tags: News, STA, ATU, transportation, News
How the oil mess under Hillyard will be fixed without sending the North Spokane Corridor soaring over Market Street
Tags: News, Hillyard, Transportation, Environment, News
Is there anything Spokane can do to stop stupid trucks from crashing stupidly into bridges?
Tags: News, Transportation, Bridges, News
STA or Go?
The Transit Authority is preparing to spend millions on the Plaza — but some downtown businesses wish it wasn't there at all
The nationwide fight between taxicab drivers and rideshare companies rolls into Spokane
Have a complaint about your commute? Add it to the map
By Heidi Groover
Tags: News, transportation, News
Highway to Nowhere
The North-South Freeway may finally get finished — if Republicans and Democrats can negotiate a transportation bill
By Deanna Pan
Studies show young people avoid driving, urge cities to embrace alternatives
Tags: News, transportation, Spokane Transit Authority, News
How downtown got so many one-way streets
Tags: News, Transportation, News
Walk This Way
A city plan looks at where the feet should be.
By Joe O'Sullivan
Tags: News, transportation, development, richard rush, kitty klitzke, futurewise
Wheelchair crashes, collapsing drunks, head-sniffers and other aberrations on Spokane's bus system.
By Chris Stein
Tags: News, transportation, Video
Forest for the Trees
Streets for more people, and a bunch of wilderness.
By Chris Stein and Nicholas Deshais
Tags: News, complete streets, transportation, development, scotchman peaks
Where do you want to see bike lanes and sidewalks?
Tags: Arts & Culture, bikes, transportation, Culture, Arts & Culture, Video
STA says youths should not have been kicked off bus
Tags: News, transportation, sta, News
Here They Come
Spokane's mayor green-lights megaloads on city streets. Environmentalists cry foul.
Tags: News, megaloads, environment, mary verner, spokane city hall, politics, transportation
Off the Bus
Three passengers say they were kicked off a Spokane bus for discussing bisexuality.
Tags: News, glbtq, transportation, politics, drama!
OVERHEARD ON THE BUS: Jim Green on Hillyard
Tags: Arts & Culture, transportation, Culture, Arts & Culture
Gonzaga crosswalk gets flashy
Tags: News, Education, transportation, News
One-Way or the Other
Is the Spokane Valley City Council rigging its own ballot measure to fail?
Tags: News, spokane valley, transportation, politics
A Spokane Trolley?
Transit officials are lined up behind an electric trolley. Now it's City Hall's turn.
Tags: News, transportation, downtown
Electric car-less Spokane, a forested dispute, bedbugs and tweeting traffic.
By Heidi Groover, Chris Stein and Daniel Walters
Tags: News, electric cars, mt spokane, bedbugs, transportation
Ural Thomas started making music 50 years ago, and his band will take you back to the '60s
Take two comments, they're small.
Posted by: Happy Schwenkfelder
on May 28, 2019
This article really needs a well thought out comment.
Hopeless for Heroin
I'm a comment. Word.
New study suggests police are more effective in states with legal marijuana
By Wilson Criscione
I Have No Mouth and I Must Rant
By Quinn Welsch
WSU study shows that the digestive system follows its own biological clock
Brett Kavanaugh Is Trump’s Pick for Supreme Court
By The New York Times
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