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Dec. 27
County will reopen one lane of Holmes Point Drive
Beginning Friday, Dec. 28, the King County Road Services Division will temporarily reopen one lane of Holmes Point Drive Northeast in the Juanita area.  
Dec. 11
Road damage from last week’s storm continues to mount
Now that the water has receded and the region has had a chance to dry out, King County road crews are getting a better picture of the magnitude of damage caused by last week’s rainstorm. 
Dec. 3
Travel conditions in King County steadily improve, but several road problems remain
The heavy rain is finally over, and that means King County can begin drying out and cleaning up from the worst storm of the season. The Road Services Division reports travel conditions throughout the county are generally improving this evening - but plenty of road problems remain. 
Dec. 3
King County's afternoon commute promises to be soggy and slow-going
While the Puget Sound region is beginning to see a few breaks in the heavy rain, this afternoon's commute home promises to be as slow and potentially unpredictable as this morning's.  
Dec. 3
Heavy rain causing hazardous travel conditions throughout King County
Mother Nature continues to deliver a one-two punch this morning, causing hazardous travel conditions and other weather-related problems all across the region. 
Nov. 30
County transportation teams on snow watch for weekend
With lowland snow and the potential for heavy rain in the weekend forecast, Metro Transit and the King County Road Services Division are ready to respond if travel becomes difficult. 
Nov. 30
Metro's vans hit 1,000 mark - Vanpools and vanshares score record ridership; largest public program in U.S.
King County Metro Transit is now “batting a thousand” with its popular VanPool and VanShare commuting programs. For the first time in the program’s 28-year history, there are more than 1,000 vans in operation, supporting a record ridership of 1.9 million passenger trips during the first nine months of 2007. 
Nov. 8
County proposes raising Klahanie Boulevard speed limit
The King County Road Services Division will hold a public hearing Thursday, Nov. 29 at 6:30 p.m. at Challenger Elementary School to gather public comment on a proposal to raise the speed limit on Klahanie Boulevard and Klahanie Drive. 
Nov. 2
Metro Transit hosts community meetings on RapidRide plans for Pacific Highway South
King County Metro Transit is hosting three open house meetings to solicit community ideas as the agency plans for new RapidRide bus service on Pacific Highway South. 
Nov. 2
King County hosts open house on plans for Novelty Hill Road
The King County Road Services Division will host a drop-in open house meeting on Thursday, Nov. 8 to discuss plans and designs to improve Novelty Hill Road and connecting streets east of Redmond. 
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