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  Transportation 2004


A Special Feature of DJC.COM
Sept. 16, 2004
Feature Stories

"A cheaper way to treat runoff"
Embankments absorb roadway pollution the natural way
By ERIC DAWSON
and JAY CAMMERMEYER
Special to the Journal


"Skagit Station offers hope for renewal"
Mount Vernon's $7.8M transit hub could cut sprawl, attract business and spur transit use
By BRUCE ELLISON
Arai Jackson Ellison Murakami


"Light-rail line hits fast forward"
The Rainier Valley Link segment could finish a year ahead of time
By LAUREN ROBISON
RCI Construction Group


"Staving off the pitchforks and torches"
How public involvement programs can build consensus for transportation projects
By KELLI OWEN
Reid Middleton


"Creating a seamless regional transit system"
Local transit agencies strive for a Seattle where New Yorkers can feel at home
By DENNA CLINE and AUSTIN JENKINS
Seattle Monorail Project

Puget Sound Transportation
The Seattle-Bainbridge Island ferry plies the Puget Sound. Washington State Ferries’ $1.3 billion, 10-year capital plan includes $285 million for four new vessels and $698 million terminal preservation and improvement projects.

Photo courtesy of Washington State Ferries

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