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One-minute delay is South Sound's traffic blood-boiler

Drivers tell The Olympian that a morning back-up on U.S. 101 leads to the most frustrating traffic situation in the South Sound.

Traffic

State to test-drive charging drivers by the mile

Washington state is getting closer to charging people for how many miles they drive, rather than how much gasoline they burn. The state will begin a pilot program of a pay-by-mile system next fall and soon will start looking for volunteers to participate in the 12-month project.

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One-minute delay is South Sound's traffic blood-boiler

Drivers tell The Olympian that a morning back-up on U.S. 101 leads to the most frustrating traffic situation in the South Sound.
Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com
One-minute delay is South Sound's traffic blood-boiler 1:34

One-minute delay is South Sound's traffic blood-boiler

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Semitrucks crash closes state Route 507 0:50

Semitrucks crash closes state Route 507

What is your 1:15

What is your "traffic nightmare" in Thurston County?