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Gray Notebook 59 


2015 Corridor Capacity Report
   

New and Noteworthy

WSDOT leveraged $1.3 million in state money to secure $35.3 million in federal airport aid. Read more about this in Gray Notebook 59's Aviation Annual Report.  The Gray Notebook also includes annual reports on Water Quality and Construction Contracts and many other quarterly reports focused on performance.
WSDOT's 2015 Corridor Capacity Report is the agency's 14th annual statewide analysis of multimodal capacity and system performance which includes interactive maps that allow readers to explore each corridor studied in the report.  

According to Governing Magazine, WSDOT is the "gold standard" in government performance reporting. Our performance reports are transparent, credible and accurate.

Performance, Publications and Resources

WSDOT is a recognized leader in providing accessible, transparent, credible and accurate performance reports on agency programs and projects. The Gray Notebook and Corridor Capacity Report are just two examples of this work. WSDOT is a partner in state and federal performance initiatives. Read more about performance, publications and resources. 

The Gray Notebook

The Gray Notebook (pdf 3.9 mb), WSDOT’s primary transportation system performance report is now available for the quarter ending September 2015.
Read more about the Gray Notebook.

Congestion Reporting and the Corridor Capacity Report

WSDOT’s 2015 Corridor Capacity Report informs readers about the state of congestion and transportation capacity in Washington state. Learn more about congestion reporting. Read the latest Corridor Capacity Report (pdf 8.9 mb).


MAP-21 Performance Management

In July 2012, the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21) became law. WSDOT is tracking the release of MAP-21's proposed rules and has created a webpage featuring folios and other resources.


Art Contest Winners

Gray Notebook 58 features the artwork of children and grandchildren of WSDOT employees. The young artists created their pieces as part of Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day, with the theme of "Telling Washington's Transportation Story." See the artwork.