Movement of goods in Washington relies on highways and roads for long-distance transport
as well as for urban goods delivery. Trucks move an estimated $42 million of freight on roadways in
Washington State every hour of every day.
There are over 7,000 miles of highways in Washington State, and thousands of additional miles of roads, providing mobility for freight moving into, out of, within, and through the state.
Trucks move on nearly every highway and road in the state. Truck Freight Economic Corridors are those that move the most freight by volume.