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Rubstello: “We’re looking at doing hard shoulder running.”
KUOW: “What’s that mean?”
Rubstello: “It's allowing traffic to drive on the shoulder during peak periods. So when traffic starts to slow down in the general purpose lanes, allow traffic to now use the shoulder as an additional lane.”
Of course if there’s an accident, and a car pulls onto the shoulder, that lane can’t be used for traffic anymore. And so the governor has invested in new incident response teams. Tow trucks that will help keep the shoulder clear.
I'd bet that would be up and running 6 months before all these plywood tool sheds Bagshaw wants to build. or is there something special about an 8 x 12 windowless room?
Better to keep aiming than to shoot for the stars and reach the moon after all. The "middle way" has rarely been shown to actually lead to progress. Most people call this "The Seattle Way", and not in glowing terms.
converting a warehouse to a shelter would probably require a re-zone, but you know who does that? the city council. they probably have to do something similar to let LIHI house people on church property.
I hope you interview this person so I can learn more about her background and potential political ambitions (a run for public office centered on BLM?)