ProjectPages

Instructions on how to remove the financial information for WSDOT projects which is now being provided directly from the systems maintained by Project Control and Reporting Office.

Financial information for WSDOT projects is now being provided directly from the systems maintained by Project Control and Reporting Office. This information is displayed on the project page in table format.

Top ten project page tips including how to keep your project schedule current, keep it simple and using clear and consistent navigation.

Once your project is complete, you should create a new home page using the completed project template.

Use this checklist before you submit your page to your editor for approval. If these items are complete approval is much easier.

Environmental Impact Statements (EIS) outline how projects could potentially affect the environment.

Adding a map graphic to your project pages includes using the correct size and color scheme as well as choosing the correct template.

Instructions on how to request a project channel and what information is required.

Web project pages help us demonstrate accountability to the public and the legislature. Project pages that are up to date and accurate help us show how we can deliver projects on time and on budget.