Interstate 5 motorists suffered an unexpected blow to their self esteem Tuesday when a state-operated sign flashed the message "U Suck," according to KCPQ-TV. The Washington State Department of Transportation apologized for the sign and called it a training mistake.
Traffic through downtown Olympia Monday and Tuesday will be delayed in certain areas so that mosaics can be installed for a public art project, according to the city of Olympia. The project is called Music Out Loud.
Another harrowing road rage incident captured on video shows a suspect ramming his vehicle into a motorcyclist in Sarasota, Fla. recently. A witness said that the motorist threw change at the biker, who is recovering from his injuries.
The Washington State Department of Transportation will have an open house April 11, for drivers who use Exit 119 to learn about proposed changes to Steilacoom-DuPont Road interchange. The project is meant to improve freeway traffic.
Traffic Q&A: License plate covers and frames are sometimes tinted and can obscure the license plate and make it difficult to read. Is that allowed in Washington? How many license plates do you need to display?
A Utah Highway Patrol trooper was recovering in the hospital after being hit by a car on a snowy highway in Sardine Canyon. Sgt. Cade Brenchley suffered broken ribs and a broken scapula, officials said.
Starting Thursday morning, the state Route 16 ramp to northbound Interstate 5 will be reduced to one lane to accommodate crews working the I-5/M Street to Portland Avenue HOV project, the Washington Department of Transportation announced.
Watch crews working for Seattle Tunnel Partners install the last of the 1,152 road panels that together form the lower (northbound) roadway in the SR 99 tunnel. A double-deck highway now runs nearly two miles end to end inside the tunnel.
Traffic Q&A: What is the law in Washington State about when your headlamps need to be fully illuminated at night and when it's raining? Now that the days are longer and the sun is coming out, it seems some drivers have forgotten the law
A hit-and-run crash quickly turned chaotic in downtown Miami Sunday morning when the driver tried to get away, only to be stopped by very good Samaritans — one of whom had a sledgehammer. The suspect rolled away from the four-car crash, appearing