How do you want to travel?

Cars & trucks

Whether you’re commuting, road-tripping or driving commercially, we have information to help you plan your route. See real-time alerts, live cameras, current travel times, and bridge and road restrictions for cars and trucks.

View data by road

See real-time alerts, cameras and restrictions in a list view by road.

Which road?

Springtime travel

With winter in the rearview mirror and road trip season right around the corner, plan ahead to help your drives go smoothly.

Prepare for your drive on Washington's roads & bridges.

Ferries

Catch a ferry to commute to work or take a scenic tour of our natural resources around Puget Sound. See real-time alerts, live cameras, current wait times and boarding statuses for Washington State Ferries.

View alerts and cameras by route

View boarding status by terminal

Sailing in spring

Get ticket information, tips for new riders and make reservations.

Prepare for your ride on Washington's ferries.

Local aircraft

From maintaining public-use airports to supporting a more sustainable system with lower emissions and less noise, we want to ensure air transportation can connect our communities and link you with essential goods and services.

Search our airports list to view local airport status, camera feeds and restrictions.

Which airport?

Tools for take off 

Find the resources you need to operate your aircraft and information about our airport programs.

Prepare for travel by aircraft.

Amtrak Cascades

Amtrak Cascades passenger trains connect you comfortably and efficiently with family, friends and places in 18 cities on a rail corridor which parallels I-5, including Seattle, Portland and Vancouver, BC. Rail travel frees your eyes from the road, providing more opportunity to enjoy the beautiful Pacific Northwest scenery.

To explore the Pacific Northwest by rail, buy tickets and find schedule information on the Amtrak Cascades website. If you are waiting on your train to depart or for a loved one to arrive, you can check train status, too!

Get on board

Get information about our role in the railroad and learn more about Amtrak Cascade trains and rules.

Prepare for your journey by passenger rail

Bicycling & walking

Washington state offers countless destinations and routes for travel by foot, wheel, or bicycle. Whether you prefer walking or rolling, we’re here to connect you with route planning resources and information to get from Point A to Point B smoothly.

Prepare for your next journey by foot, wheel or bike by checking out our route maps, commuting information and guidance on where you can and can’t take your bicycle.

Walk and roll safely 

Stay up to date with safety and planning resources for your car-free trip.  

Prepare for bicycling & walking.

Public transit

From buses to vanpools to services for people with special transportation needs, public transit is an essential piece of our transportation system. For many, public transit is a primary connection to work, school, health care, groceries and family. For others, public transit is an affordable travel option that frees their hands from the steering wheel and keeps our air cleaner and traffic flowing.

Find a list of our 350 park and rides and the transit organizations that manage them, ride share commuting options and other public transit options from local organizations around the state.

Connect with your local transit

Find the most accurate, up to date information on public transit in your area by connecting with your local transit organization website.

Projects and improvements in your county.

Explore the progress of projects focused on creating safe and reliable ways to move people and goods around Washington.

County

WSDOT workers kneel on the ground, working with blowtorches to fix expansion joints on the roadway.

Featured Project

I-5 - SB S Spokane St to I-90 W-S Ramp- Deck Overlay & Expansion Joints

We’re replacing 56 expansion joints and repaving 1.25 miles of southbound I-5, part of the larger Revive I-5 plan to rehabilitate the King County I-5 corridor over the next 10 years.

Latest from WSDOT...

  • As warmer conditions arrive in the Pacific Northwest, contractor crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation will repair five bridges in Grays Harbor, Jefferson, Kitsap and Mason counties. Work will begin in early June. The project will repair areas of the driving surfaces which are showing signs of wear and tear.
  • SEATAC – Members of the public are invited to an online open house to learn more about current designs and planning for the final stage (Stage 2) of the State Route 509 Completion Project in south King County. The online open house will also include the release of a 3D video tour of the full project, modeled from current designs.
  • COSMOPOLIS – A smoother ride has arrived for US 101 travelers between Aberdeen and Raymond. Crews finished paving at milepost 78 in Grays Harbor County on Friday, May 20. The highway reopened to two-way travel following previous intermittent lane closures from hillside damage and then roadway repairs. Construction is now complete and no additional lane closures are scheduled for this slope stabilization project.