With Proposition 1 trailing, King County officials said they will proceed with plans for cutting as many as one-sixth of bus-service hours just as ridership is climbing, a scenario officials have warned about for months. Above, bus riders commute during the 5 p.m. rush hour, in downtown Seattle.
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Jim McNerney justified the work transfers — a loss of more than 4,300 jobs locally — as a way to leverage engineering talent available elsewhere in the company.
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Transit is vital to the region's economy and quality of life — King County can and should do better.Editorial: "Vote no on King County Proposition 1"
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