Multimodal Mobility Dashboard
WSDOT's Multimodal Mobility Dashboard (MMD) provides annual performance information on select state-owned facilities. The MMD is an interactive web-based dashboard that includes less text while featuring more data visualizations, maps and travel modes, a user-friendly format and expanded areas of analysis. The MMD's highway analysis focuses on the state's most-traveled corridors, analyzing congestion and corresponding mitigation strategies like incident response and HOV lanes. The MMD analyzes travel by car, public transit, passenger rail, ferry, airplane, walking and biking as well as multimodal freight mobility. These modes and strategies help create safe and optimal movement of people and goods on Washington state's multimodal transportation system. The most recent annual data available for most measures is for 2022.
Using the dashboard
- How to use the Multimodal Mobility Dashboard
- Tableau's keyboard accessibility help page
- WSDOT's methods and glossary for comprehensive analysis of multimodal mobility dashboard
Regional highway mobility
Regional mobility sections focus on the performance of one or more urban corridors. In addition to traditional highway mobility measures, such as person miles traveled and commute times, these sections include measures of public transportation and park and ride performance where available.
Each button below leads to an interactive dashboard displaying performance measures for a specific mode of travel or WSDOT mobility program. More measures may be added in the future as more data becomes available.
Transportation Performance Management
WSDOT is working to increase the transparency and accountability about how the agency spends federal taxpayer dollars on transportation infrastructure and services in Washington state to comply with the federal Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21) law of 2012, now known as Transportation Performance Management (TPM).
TPM tracks progress on three performance measure categories Highway Safety (PM 1), Bridges & Pavement (PM 2) and System Performance, Freight and Congestion Mitigation & Air Quality (PM 3). For the purposes of the MMD, the Transportation Management Plan focus is on PM 3.
More about the Multimodal mobility dashboard
WSDOT is committed to improving how it shares performance information. With that in mind, WSDOT paused publication of the Corridor Capacity Report in 2019 to conduct a comprehensive engagement process that helped determine how to best meet stakeholder needs for multimodal mobility reporting. This process included interviews with over 130 internal and external stakeholders, the results of which are available in a Corridor Capacity Report Engagement process — Results Summary (PDF 165KB), and was followed by a series of core working group meetings to design a new product. Combining the input from these interviews and meetings, the resulting MMD is an interactive web-based dashboard that includes less text while featuring more data visualizations, maps and travel modes than its predecessor.
If you wish to download any of the data in this dashboard, please see the Data disclaimer and How to use the multimodal mobility dashboard to learn how to download the dashboard data.
Our Travel volume and speed trends dashboard (TVST) shares highway, toll and freight travel data, focusing on the state's most-traveled corridors. The TVST dashboard uses data from our retired COVID-19 dashboard, which was developed to give regular updates on how the pandemic affected statewide travel. We strive to update this data daily.
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