The statewide system itself includes the facilities owned and operated by the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) and all of the state’s cities, towns, and counties, as well as facilities and services owned and operated by transit agencies, port districts, shippers, and independent operators. Increasingly it includes on-demand mobility services offered by transportation network companies like Lyft, Uber, and Waze.
18,046 miles of city streets
39,180 miles of county roads
Over 350 park-and-ride lots offering more than 50,000 parking spaces
Taxis and Transportation Network Companies like Lyft, Uber, and Waze
Thousands of miles of reservation roads
They’re used by millions of people many times every day to get from “here” to “there” and back again by transit, pooling, walking, or biking, in addition to driving. Airlines, trucking companies, and maritime shipping lines depend on the statewide transportation system for reliable service from major ports of entry to our doorsteps. The statewide system supports local and state economies and connects Washington to the rest of the country and to the world.