Statewide plans

Our plans guide decisions, like how much to invest. Some plans focus on one mode of transportation, while others are multimodal, addressing the many ways people travel.

Learn about our community engagement plan, which includes our policy for engagement, shares guidance for practitioners, and lets community members know what to expect.

Explore cooperative automated transportation (CAT), including autonomous and connected vehicles, and learn how it could improve safety and enhance livability for all residents.

See the details of our 2021 project delivery plan and how it shapes transportation across the state.

Learn how we tell the story of planning for and spending federal transportation dollars.

Active transportation describes human scaled and often person-powered ways of getting around, such as walking, bicycling or rolling a wheelchair. The Active Transportation Plan provides a foundation for policies, procedures, investments, and improvements to the Washington state active transportation system.

The state's multimodal freight transportation system allows business in Washington to effectively compete in regional and global markets. Freight transportation is critical to supporting and growing more jobs, more regional domestic product, as well as ensuring residents have the goods they need in their daily lives.

Learn about our blueprint for preserving, maintaining, improving and operating interstates, US routes, and state routes in Washington.

WSDOT creates several public transportation plans that identify areas for improvement in the public transportation system. We support local and regional partners in their planning efforts.

Target Zero is a plan with the goal to reduce the number of traffic deaths and serious injuries on Washington's roadways to zero by the year 2030. It also serves as the state's Strategic Highway Safety Plan.

The Washington Transportation Plan (WTP) is the state's long-range transportation plan, based on the Legislature's six policy goals. This 20-year vision for improving the state's transportation network is completed in two parts: policy and implementation.

Traffic fatality crashes on Washington public roadways

increased 56% in March 2021 compared to March 2020.

11,906 incidents responded to

by WSDOT’s incident Response teams during the third quarter of 2021, nearly 6% more than same quarter in 2020.

WSF ridership was nearly 5.7 million in the first quarter of fiscal year 2022,

which was 1.6 million (38.3%) higher than the corresponding quarter in FY2021