Delays and cancellations at airports across the country continue as several airlines struggle with staffing shortages.
The state of Washington is budgeting for five new ferries in a construction deal worth more than $1 billion, according to a report from the Everett Herald.
Washington is budgeting over $1 billion for the new ferries, including the state's first hybrid-electric ferry.
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is expected to see a high volume of passengers on Monday as the summer travel season kicks off.
The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) is forecasting a busy travel weekend, packed with an extensive sports lineup, local events and construction projects in the Seattle and Bellevue area.
Sea-Tac Airport workers launched a campaign to bargain for full time hours and better benefits Friday afternoon, following mass layoffs and reductions in hours due to COVID-19 travel disruptions.
The Washington State Patrol (WSP) is seeking witnesses of an incident from early June, where a person fell off an overpass onto I-5 and was hit by two vehicles.
A total of 61 flights have been delayed, but only two were cancelled.
A car unexpectedly turned in front of the motorcyclist, who had a green light. The driver of the car has been arrested.
One passenger was killed, and three others were injured in a crash that happened near the Bethel School District office Tuesday morning.
It’s the sixth annual detailing of some of the most interesting and unusual items passengers mistakenly left behind.
The last COVID-19 travel restriction has been lifted for air travelers overseas. As of Sunday, you no longer need a negative COVID test to get into the U.S. as you return from abroad.
Authorities are investigating a deadly crash that happened in Seattle's Ballard neighborhood Friday morning.
Police are investigating a robbery in South Seattle Friday morning.
Deputies are investigating a semi crash that happened in the Waller area Wednesday morning.
The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) is warning people in the Puget Sound to prepare for an especially busy travel weekend, due to construction and several major local events.
U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell on Wednesday announced $13.8 million in federal funding for light rail infrastructure in Western Washington.
Thousands of flights have been canceled or delayed this Memorial Day weekend, causing trouble for travelers across the country.
The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) sent out a press release Thursday offering Washingtonians advice and tips that will make crossing the border a smoother process this Memorial Day weekend.
Alaska Airlines pilots have voted overwhelmingly to authorize a future strike if current contract negotiations with management and federal mediation efforts fail.