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WSDOT Partnership Web sites

AASHTO is the American Association of State Highways and Transportation Officials; the Information Systems (IS) Subcommittee Conference brings together senior level technology professionals and decision makers from transportation agencies across the United States and Canadian Provinces.

Commute Trip Reduction Board
Since the passage of the CTR Act in 1991, Washington State has worked to remove trips from the highway system. Programs created by the CTR Board focus on removing trips by encouraging local jurisdictions and large employers to develop plans that motivate employees to commute in ways other than driving alone.

Expert Review Panel for Sound Transit Phase Two (ST3)
The Expert Review Panel, as required by State law, provides independent, expert technical review for the Phase 3 Plan Update being conducted by Sound Transit.

Green Highways

Highway Safety Manual

I-5 Corridor Traveler Information

I-90 Independent Review Team
Welcome to the Web site for the Independent Review of Light Rail Transit Feasibility across Interstate 90 – Homer M. Hadley Floating Bridge.

Local Agency General Special Provisions (GSPs)

MPO/RTPO/WSDOT Coordinating Committee

Pacific Northwest Snowfighters
The Pacific Northwest Snowfighters (PNS) Association strives to serve
the traveling public by evaluating and establishing specifications for
products used in winter maintenance that emphasize safety, environmental
preservation, infrastructure protection, cost-effectiveness and performance.

Peninsula Regional Transportation Planning Organization
Forum for developing policies and making decisions about regional growth management, economic and transportation issues in Clallam, Jefferson, *Kitsap and Mason counties.

Project Delivery - ACEC
This team was created by the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) and the American Council
of Engineering Companies of Washington (ACEC) to provide a forum for addressing project delivery issues.

Reinvent Your Commute
Special thanks to our partners who are helping us raise awareness about commute alternatives and change the way people consider their commute.

SR 520 Legislative Workgroup

Transportation Infrastructure Financing Alternatives
This study was created in the 2002 Legislative session and will be
overseen by a Legislative Oversight Committee comprised of
House and Senate members. The study is scheduled to be
complete in December 2003.

Washington State Ridesharing Organization
An organization for individuals dedicated to encouraging policy makers, employers, and
commuters to support the use of alternative transportation modes to reduce air pollution,
traffic congestion, and energy consumption throughout Washington State and the

WASHTO 2016 Western Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials Conference - March 20-23, 2016 in Seattle Washington at the Edgewater Hotel.