Seattle Push For Uber Union Vote Slowed; Automation Is Coming, In Time

Seattle Push For Uber Union Vote Slowed; Automation Is Coming, In Time

The City of Seattle is attempting to engineer unionization votes by drivers at Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) such as Uber and Lyft. The effort...
Telehealth Growing, But Needs A Boost

Telehealth Growing, But Needs A Boost

Over the next 10 to 15 years, Washington is expected to face a shortage of 3,000 to 4,000 doctors and 24,000 registered nurses. Already,...
Washington Should Steer Lightly As Driverless Cars Inch Toward Mainstream

Washington Should Steer Lightly As Driverless Cars Inch Toward Mainstream

Like other states, Washington will be confronted with a big question in coming years: how its surface transportation infrastructure will be transformed by driverless...
Roads: The New Utility

Roads: The New Utility

Washington's gas tax was finally raised again last year by lawmakers as part of a 16-year, $16 billion transportation funding package for roads, transit...
Tech Investors Wary Of New Taxes

Tech Investors Wary Of New Taxes

As the campaign season develops, some urban and Western Washingtonians may be hearing talk of a capital gains tax or a progressive income tax....
Redefining Transit: What Works, What Doesn’t?

Redefining Transit: What Works, What Doesn’t?

Public transit like light rail and bus lines are often promoted as ways to address traffic congestion in major metro regions including greater Seattle....
Renewables No Panacea For Washington; Next-Gen Nuclear Eyed

Renewables No Panacea For Washington; Next-Gen Nuclear Eyed

Renewable energy usage by Washington state electric utilities is ratcheting up slightly, as required by law. That will be reflected in some of the...
State's All-Payer Claims Database Still Far Short Of Lift-Off

State’s All-Payer Claims Database Still Far Short Of Lift-Off

An All-Payer Claims Database for Washington sounded like such a good idea. After approving a constrained version of one in 2014, lawmakers approved plans...
EV Charing Hubs: Get It Right, Backers Say

EV Charging Hubs: Get It Right, Backers Say

Public-private partners who'll be submitting bids for state grants within months will want to make sure they get the details right on new charging...
Broadband Internet For Economic Growth In Rural Washington: More, Please!

Broadband Internet For Economic Growth In Rural Washington: More, Please!

Rosalia Mayor Nan Konishi sells hand-crafted furniture, when she's not busy governing the town of about 550 residents in Whitman County, Washington near the...

A Jump Start For Electric Vehicles

Despite government tax incentives in Washington state and reams of positive publicity, electric vehicles aren't really catching on here. Not yet. But a new...
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