Remarkably, the Seattle area twice voted down a major transportation plan in the late 1960's and early 1970's when the Feds were willing to share with the infrastructure - today we have relatively small-town infrastructure with big needs. So where are we really going?

 

"In 1907, when Seattle annexed Ballard, Ravenna and West Seattle, transportation meant nothing more than sailing routes, roads, bridges and sometimes cow paths. Today, transportation networks are technological systems whose scopes range from international airport instruments to GPS-enabled devices on your dashboard or in your pocket." 


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William HilliS

Broker & Research Editor, Realogics Sotheby's International Realty

 

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