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. Supplies of the last printed map, the 2008 – 2009 edition, have been depleted and are no longer available. However, you can view, download and print sections of the map.
The 2011-2012 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.
Private mapping companies have printed maps available for purchase. Check online by searching “Washington road maps,” or visit your local bookstore for availability and options. Travel organizations and motor clubs may also offer maps as part of their membership benefits. Check with your travel or motor club for details.
To Keep Washington Moving—Informed Travelers Make the Best Travelers
At WSDOT our motto is, "Know before you go." By getting information to you about road conditions, construction, collisions, and closures, you will be better prepared to make travel decisions for reaching your destination safely and on time. Here are some tools we use to help you get the information you need:
- Travel Info on the Web
You can check traffic, weather and road conditions from your computer, before you go at: www.wsdot.wa.gov/traffic.
- Call 5-1-1
For the latest travel information from your phone. Outside of Washington, call 1-800-695-ROAD (7623).
- Roadside Electronic Message Signs
These changeable signs are used to warn motorists about lane closures, traffic back ups, travel times, speed limits, current conditions, and construction work in real time.
- Highway Advisory Radio
Flashing lights on an advisory sign will let you know when to tune to the highway advisory radio to hear what's happening on the road ahead.