Transportation

Downtown Bellevue’s circulator bus possibily delayed

Downtown Bellevue, as we’ve previously reported, is in the works of getting a bus to circulate and transport passengers within the Downtown core. With the increased amount of residents anticipated to move in, and with the many condominium and apartment projects in the works, it’ll make for a transportation headache. […]

Getting around in Bellevue Just Got Easier

Living/working in Bellevue and just can’t seem to figure out how to get around? There’s no need to wait any longer because Transmanage, the transportation arm of the Bellevue Downtown Association, recently launched Choose Your Way Bellevue – CYWB – (chooseyourwaybellevue.org). The site provide resources to those who: Bike & […]

Voters Deny Transit Plan

Voters yesterday rejected Proposition 1, a multi billion dollar plan that would take on gaining traffic congestion issues in Bellevue and other outlying areas which stretch 50 miles of light rail as well as other road upgrades in the greater Seattle area. The rejected plan would’ve had the light rail […]

City of Bellevue Gets $300,000 to help Downtown Congestion

Washington State Commute Trip Reduction Board announced last week that Bellevue was one of the seven cities statewide, which was selected to get money for its Growth and Transportation Efficiency Center Program (GTEC). The program funded by the state Legislature will aim to reduce single-occupancy vehicles and make alternative transportation […]

Bellevue’s Circulator Bus!

The Seattle Times reported that the Bellevue City Council this week approved a downtown circulator bus that would run both directions in a loop along Bellevue Way, Main Street, 110th Avnenue Northeast and Northeast 10th Street. The service, set to being late next year/early 2009, still have one more hurdle […]