May 17, 2023.Reading time 5 minutes.
King County is an excellent place for biking, especially during the warmer spring and summer months. With so many bike-friendly routes it’s no surprise that more people are bicycling for transportation, exercise, and fun. However, as bicycle use increases, so does the need for extra precautions from drivers sharing the road with bicyclists.
July 1, 2020.Reading time 4 minutes.
Since March, we in King County have slowed the spread of COVID-19 by staying home and keeping our distance. But did you know we’ve also prevented hundreds of traffic crashes by staying off the roads? Traffic crashes were 37% lower in March and more than 60% lower in April and May than the same time last year, which we’re all glad to see. With King County now in Phase 2 and more vehicles on our roads, we can work together to keep our streets safe. Here’s how:
May 14, 2019.Reading time 3 minutes.
Free child car seat check events are happening locally over the next few months for parents, parents-to-be and caregivers. Whether this is your first time installing a car seat in preparation for the arrival of a new baby or you’ve done this many times, installing car seats correctly can be tricky. Only one in four […]
December 20, 2018.Reading time 2 minutes.
‘Tis the season for ugly sweater parties, holiday revelry, and celebrating with friends and family! Keep the season merry for yourself and others by taking part in another important tradition: planning before you party.
July 23, 2018.Reading time 3 minutes.
It’s been a full year since Washington’s distracted driving law went into effect, but according to a survey of 900 King County drivers, there is still plenty of confusion about what is – and isn’t – allowed. Let’s explore the misconceptions. Washington’s cell phone law is 1 today! This calls for a cake smash! “It’s […]
May 3, 2018.Reading time 3 minutes.
A recent statewide analysis showed that fatal crashes increased when the Cinco de Mayo celebrations stretched over a weekend.