Ferry fares, toll rates and automotive technology on Transportation Commission’s agenda next week

(OLYMPIA)– Revisions to ferry fares, toll rate changes for the State Route 520 floating bridge, and technological challenges facing transportation, including cybersecurity for automobiles, are among the numerous topics the State Transportation Commission will take up during its meeting in     (read more)

The NAS Whidbey Island Resoration Advisory Board is set to meet

(OAK HARBOR) – Interested community members are invited to attend the next NAS Whidbey Island Restoration Advisory Board (RAB) meeting Monday, May 15 from 5 to 7 p.m. in the NAS Whidbey Island Chiefs’ Club Ballroom, located at 1080 West Ault Field Road, Oak Harbor. Several topics will be     (read more)

The Field Carrier Landing practice schedule at NAS Whidbey Island for next has been released

(NAS WHIDBEY ISLAND)– No Field Carrier Landing Practice (FCLP) operations for aircraft stationed at NAS Whidbey Island are scheduled to occur at the Outlying Field (OLF) in Coupeville, nor are carrier-based flight training scheduled at Ault Field for the week of May 7 - 13.

People living in     (read more)

Two additional mumps cases have been confirmed in Skagit County

(SKAGIT COUNTY)- As of May 1, 2017, two new cases of mumps have been identified in Skagit County. Since January 2017, Skagit County Public Health has identified sixteen cases of mumps locally, including five students in the Mount Vernon School District and one student in the Sedro-Woolley School     (read more)

Two Marysville pavement repair projects are coming this summer on I-5 and SR 528

(MARYSVILLE)– Marysville drivers are getting nearly 10 miles of new asphalt this summer between two paving projects on Interstate 5 and State Route 528.

Washington State Department of Transportation contractor crews will repave both directions of an eight-mile stretch of I-5 between Ebey Slough     (read more)