Washington State Department of Transportation

WSDOT keeps people, businesses and the economy moving by operating and improving the state's multimodal transportation system. In addition to building and maintaining the state highway system, WSDOT is responsible for the state ferry system, and works in partnership with others to maintain and improve local roads, railroads and airports, as well as to support alternatives to driving, such as public transportation, bicycles and pedestrian programs. The agency’s roadmap for Washington’s transportation future, Results WSDOT , focuses on six goals: strategic investments, modal integration, environmental stewardship, organizational strength, community engagement and smart technology. WSDOT’s diverse programs and projects are supported by more than 6,800 full-time employees, including engineers, vessel captains, maintenance technicians, environmental specialists, planners, and many others. We take pride in our workforce and strive for excellence and integrity in everything we do. For information about joining the WSDOT team of transportation professionals, go to http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/employment/ As WSDOT delivers transportation services, we also work to identify lowest cost solutions and practical design principles to get the most efficient use of limited resources, preserve environmental quality, improve fish passage, identify clean transportation opportunities to address climate change and aggressively pursue agency reforms to improve our performance. To learn more about what we're doing, go to www.wsdot.wa.gov/news. Get real time weather, traffic, construction alerts, pass conditions, ferry, railroad, and airline information at www.wsdot.com/traffic or dial 5-1-1. TTY users - call 1-800-833-6388.