Printable maps

Get printable maps to assist with trip planning and travel.

State Highway Map

The Washington State Highway Map includes more than highways. It also shows exit numbers, mileage between exits, points of interest and more. Due to state budget reductions and advances in new driver-assistance technologies such as GPS, online driving directions and in-vehicle navigation systems, WSDOT is no longer offering paper copies of the state highway map. The 2014-2015 version of the State Highway Map is now available in high resolution pdf files that can be viewed at any zoom level maintaining crystal clear clarity. Choose from two versions – with shaded relief or without:

Milepost Map

The milepost maps display mileposts along the state highway system at 10 mile intervals (5 mile intervals for the Puget Sound enlargement) as well as mileposts to the nearest one hundredth of a mile at the junctions of state highways, county, region, and maintenance area boundaries.

State base maps

The state base map shows the state highway system, county boundaries and selected communities in two different sizes. The Puget Sound enlargement base map shows the state highway system, county boundaries and selected communities in two different sizes, but at a larger scale than the statewide map. The simple design allows for other highway information to be drawn on the map.

General Highway Map (Wall map)

The wall map shows the state highway system, boundaries, and communities in greater detail than the State Base maps. It includes classifications for divided highways, surface types, roads under construction, and proposed routes. The Puget Sound Inset map does not include a legend and is intended to be printed with the statewide map. Both maps are included in the Statewide and Puget Sound Inset map.

Additional maps and resources

In addition to the maps listed on this page, the WSDOT Online Map Center Map Gallery has printable (PDF) maps. The Map Gallery maps vary in size and complexity, and all are available for download. Your local print shop will be able to provide you with guidance on how to print the larger maps.


166,800 electric vehicle

registrations in Washington in 2023, up from 114,600 in 2022.

87 wetland compensation sites

actively monitored on 918 acres in 2023.

25,000 safe animal crossings

in the Snoqualmie Pass East Project area since 2014.