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Railway advocates gather in Woodinville

This article, published by the Woodinville Weekly, discusses an event sponsored by Discovery Institute’s Cascadia Center for Regional Development: The event was sponsored the Cascadia Center for Regional Development, a Seattle-based transportation study and rail advocacy group and a member of the Alliance, and co-chaired by city of Snohomish Mayor Karen Guzak and Woodinville Councilmember Les Rubstello. The rest of Read More ›

Light Rail Rolls, And Commuter Rail Percolates

This article, published by The Seattle Times, mentions the Cascadia Center of Discovery Institute: In late May, the Discovery Institute’s Cascadia Center hosted state and federal lawmakers, mayors, and state and local transportation officials at meetings in Portland and Seattle to learn more about high-speed rail from Oregon’s Willamette Valley to the Canadian border. The rest of the article can Read More ›

KOMO-AM 1000 Interview of Bruce Agnew, on Eastside Rail Proposal

Discovery Institute Fellow Bruce Agnew was interviewed on KOMO-AM 1000 about the Eastside Rail Proposal on November 8, 2007. Here is the MP3 audio file of interview. RELATED OP-EDS FROM CASCADIA CENTER “Preserve Eastside Rail Line For Snohomish Transit Link,” Bruce Agnew, Seattle Times, Oct. 31, 2007 “Rails And Trails Could Easily Co-exist On Eastside,” Bruce Agnew, Puget Sound Business Read More ›

EASTSIDE RAIL: MORE!

With the Port of Seattle poised to buy the abandoned 42-mile Eastside rail line from Burlington Northern and Sante Fe, a proposal championed by Cascadia Center and others for Eastside commuter rail is gaining steam. Cascadia held two community forums in January, in Kirkland and Snohomish. A Cascadia report on those events, including contact information for public officials who can Read More ›