Traffic was busy on Meridian Street, north from Interstate 5, in April 2005. About 20 years ago, transportation planners in Bellingham and elsewhere began to shift their focus from a car-oriented level of service to a mixed plan that makes roads accessible for a range of uses.
Traffic was busy on Meridian Street, north from Interstate 5, in April 2005. About 20 years ago, transportation planners in Bellingham and elsewhere began to shift their focus from a car-oriented level of service to a mixed plan that makes roads accessible for a range of uses. Staff The Bellingham Herald file
Traffic was busy on Meridian Street, north from Interstate 5, in April 2005. About 20 years ago, transportation planners in Bellingham and elsewhere began to shift their focus from a car-oriented level of service to a mixed plan that makes roads accessible for a range of uses. Staff The Bellingham Herald file

Bellingham traffic won’t get better anytime soon, and that’s the plan

August 05, 2018 05:00 AM