Wednesday news roundup

Something for you to read while you take public transit into town with 48.4% of the city…

Seattle Times and Curbed report on the results of the Commute Seattle survey, showing single-car commuting way down and transit ridership way up.

Crosscut reports that Seattle City Light’s new $109 million billing system has big problems.

The Stranger provides a guide on how City Hall works in Seattle.

The Urbanist notes that on Monday the Council approved a property sale for a new affordable housing project in Uptown, and the Pedestrian Master Plan 2018-2022 implementation plan.

Crosscut explores whether the city (and county) is about to hit property tax fatigue, just as education levies are coming up for renewal.

The Columbian has an editorial in defense of “hostile architecture.”