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Dec. 26
King County hosts open house on plans to improve SW 98th Street in White Center
King County is asking for input on how to make Southwest 98th Street more inviting for pedestrians and bicycles between the White Center business district and the new Greenbridge housing area.  
Dec. 22
Metro seeks input on plans for Redmond park-and-ride garage
King County Metro Transit is looking for public input on its plans to build a three-story parking garage near the current Redmond Park-and-Ride lot at 8178 161st Ave. NE.  
Dec. 21
Upper Preston road repairs completed three weeks early
Residents of the Upper Preston area in east King County have been battered by the storms of November and December, but they got some good news today when the King County Road Services Division fully restored road access to the community three weeks early.  
Dec. 21
County partially reopens Dockton Road on Vashon Island
The King County Road Services Division was able to partially reopen Dockton Road Southwest today, and anticipates the road will be fully open by Jan. 1. 
Dec. 15
King County afternoon transportation update
King County afternoon transportation update 
Dec. 15
Now the clean up begins
In the wake of one of the worst windstorms in recent memory, the King County Department of Transportation begins the monumental task of debris clean up while attempting to return Metro Transit service to normal. 
Dec. 11
Now the clean up begins
In the wake of one of the worst windstorms in recent memory, the King County Department of Transportation begins the monumental task of debris clean up while attempting to return Metro Transit service to normal. 
Dec. 1
Landsburg Road Southeast near Ravensdale to close Dec. 4-8
The King County Road Services Division is scheduled to begin work on Monday, Dec. 4 to replace a culvert in the Ravensdale area east of Maple Valley, which will result in a five-day closure of Landsburg Road Southeast between Southeast Summit Landsburg Road and Kent-Kangley Road. 
Nov. 29
Metro prepares for forecast of more snow
With today’s forecast calling for more snow, Metro Transit is chaining up buses for afternoon and evening travel. If travel conditions deteriorate, bus riders should expect delays in service. 
Nov. 28
King County bracing for the next weather headache
Just as King County road and Metro Transit crews begin to gain the upper hand in their efforts to return roads and transit service to normal this afternoon, there’s this: the onslaught of sub-freezing temperatures and a renewed threat of black ice – just in time for the afternoon commute. 
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