The King County Council approved a low income fare program on Feb. 24th, one of the few in the country. The eligibility threshold for the low-income fare would be 200 percent of the Federal Poverty Level…
Are you a bus rider, avid carpooler, or alternative transportation user? Don’t know so much about transportation, but have great interpersonal skills and want to help move BC towards sustainability? Then we want YOU!
To try and avoid the service reductions, specifically the reroute of the 245 and 271, there have been several steps taken and it is looking positive for BC due to the magnitude of response…
As part of the “Philosophy Talks” series, the Philosophy department and Office of Sustainability will present a talk about DIY bike/bus activism.
Check out the great transportation resources that we’ve got lined up to help you get to campus during these cold winter months! Transportation Assistance: Unfamiliar with trip planning or bus services on the Eastside? Let us help! Hopelink has partnered with Bellevue College to provide you information on how to best get to campus. Stop […]
Thanks to the more the 1,200 students and 300 employees who participated in our Transportation Survey last month! Here’s what we’ve found about how our classmates and colleagues get to campus: Students: From last year there’s been another 5% decrease in the trips students drive alone to campus— bringing student drive alone trips to 46% […]
How do you feel about I-90 tolling? The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) wants to know. Voice your comments in the following ways: Online: http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/Projects/I90/CrossLakeWATolling/eiscomments.htm Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Mercer Island I-90 Scoping Event – Monday, Oct. 21 at Mercer Island from 4:30-8:30pm Seattle I-90 Scoping Event – Wednesday, Oct. 23 at the Northwest African American […]
The State Legislature and Governor Inslee are faced with tough choices on how to address our growing transportation needs and keep our roads and bridges in good condition. Should taxes be raised? Should services be reduced? What does this mean for you and your community? Decision makers want to know where Washington State citizens stand […]
As we’re nearing the close of our first full month of the school year, the Office of Sustainability is winding down the big transportation focus that kicked off the quarter. You may have seen our display case in the cafeteria, and noticed ORCA to-go and the various Transportation Assistance tables that we had spread around […]
Last Tuesday several BC students, including members of the Office of Student Legislative Affairs and Sustainability, and staff attended the first of ten public hearings put on by the Senate Transportation Committee. The Stevenson Elementary gym was standing room only, with hundreds of citizens wanting to make sure that the Senate chooses to hold a special […]