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Highway Maintenance and Operations - Department of Transportation

The Highway Maintenance and Operations program is responsible for maintaining more than 20,000 lane miles of state highways, over 3,000 bridges, and 1,100 state owned and operated traffic signal systems. In addition, 48 safety rest areas are maintained year round and 10 major mountain passes are maintained and kept open throughout the winter months. The program’s primary mission is to maintain the highway infrastructure in good working order to keep people and goods moving.
Request 520,456,000
Net change from current biennium 218,208,259 Increase
Percent change from current biennium 72.2% Increase

Program Level Summary

Fund Title Actual Estimated Proposed
Actual Estimated Estimated Proposed Proposed
Motor Vehicle Account - Federal 1,817,212 539,394 22,920 7,000,000
Motor Vehicle Account - State 220,201,644 218,182,456 80,080,814 247,221,000 248,910,000
State Route Number 520 Corridor Account - State 2,345,848 1,749,056 789,591 1,500,000 2,947,000
Tacoma Narrows Toll Bridge Account - State 769,623 644,790 238,720 767,000 782,000
Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement Project Account - State 4,733,000 4,814,000
I-405 Express Toll Lanes Operations Acct - State 891,000 891,000
Annual Total 225,134,327 221,115,696 81,132,045 255,112,000 265,344,000

Operating Budget: Change from Preceding Biennium

Actual Estimated Proposed
Amount Percent Amount Percent Amount Percent
40,742,653 10.3% (135,273,060) (30.9%) 218,208,259 72.2%

Employment Summary

  Actual Estimated Proposed
  2016-17 Actual 2017-18 Estimated 2018-19 Estimated 2019-20 Proposed 2020-21 Proposed
FTE Staff Years 1,482.9 1,487.9 1,328.7 1,591.7 1,599.5