Delivering your project

Guidance, tools and forms available for administering your project.

All local agencies with agreements through Local Programs will submit progress billings directly to headquarters Local Programs billings.

The Federal Highway Administration through a stewardship agreement delegates authority to WSDOT for approving project development and construction administration. WSDOT has the option of delegating some or all of this authority to qualified local agencies through a Certification Acceptance (CA) program.

All consultant agreements executed on or after 12/1/14 must use these forms.

The Local Agency Guidelines manual provides policies and standards for local agencies to follow when using Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) funds for transportation projects. Updating the manual is a continual process. Questions, observations and recommendations are invited.

We provide guidance and assistance in the areas of design, construction, maintenance, ADA, and pavement to local agencies for transportation project development to aid in designing, managing, and preserving their transportation projects.

The Quarterly Project Reporting (QPR) database is a tool for measuring project performance and delivery that aligns with the requirements established by the Washington State Legislature and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) reporting requirements.

The STIP is a four-year prioritized multimodal transportation program compiled of state, local, tribal and public transportation projects that include highways, streets, roads, rail, transit-hubs, park & rides, bridges, sidewalks, bike lanes, trails and safety.

14 fish passage projects were completed in 2020

improving access to 54.2 miles of upstream habitat.

11,959 incidents responded to

by WSDOT’s incident Response teams during second quarter of 2021, 15% more than same quarter in 2020.

41 Pre-existing Funds Projects Advertised

during the eighth quarter of the 2019-2021 biennium.