Tolling reports & policy

View financial statements, the Toll Division Annual Report and other toll policy-related documents.

Toll Division annual reports

Financial and performance reports by toll road

Click on the heading of a specific toll road to view the available documents.


SR 520

SR 520 statement of revenues, expenses and changes in fund balance


SR 520 civil penalty account


Combined balance sheet


Audited financial statements


Financial reports of the operation of the Washington State system of eligible toll facilities

Projected and Reported Revenue

Toll Traffic and Revenue (gross and net)

Traffic and Revenue Forecast Reports

  • July 2012 - June 2013 (PDF 111KB)
  • January - June 2012  (PDF 69 KB)

Traffic and Revenue Studies

Net Revenue Reports


Tacoma Narrows Bridge

Tacoma Narrows Bridge statement of revenues, expenses and changes in fund balance


Combined balance sheet


Projected and reported revenue

SR 99 Tunnel

SR 99 statement of revenues, expenses and changes in fund balance


Combined balance sheet


Performance reports

405 Express Toll Lanes

Quarterly performance reports

Sixty-nine month update - October 2015 to June 2021 (PDF 552KB)

Visit our FTP site to view previous reports, and supplemental travel time and volume data.
PDFs, and other file formats, available upon request.


Financial statements


Combined balance sheet


Traffic data


Independent analysis of I-405 traffic data

SR 167 HOT Lanes

Financial statements


Combined balance sheets


SR 167 continuous access pilot project


SR 167 HOT Lanes annual performance summaries

*Current SR 167 HOT Lanes performance summaries can be found in the WSDOT Toll Division Annual Report.


Paying your Pay By Mail toll bill (PDF134MB)
A guide that explains how photo toll bills are generated, how to pay them and how to avoid additional charges

How Tolling Works and How to Pay Toll Handout (PDF 174KB)
A guide that explains ways to pay toll, how tolling works, and how to open an account

How To Pay Your Toll Bill - Information about how to pay a toll bill in Spanish, Chinese, Russian, Japanese, Korean and Vietnamese


Zero emission electric vehicle registrations in Washington

increased 192% between 2017 and 2021.

45 projects to improve freight rail structures and freight movement

were underway as of December 31, 2021.

Washington state leveraged $100,000 to secure $27 million

in funding for airport investments in Fiscal Year 2022.