The Transportation Commission represents the public interest in the long term planning, financing, and delivery of statewide transportation systems and services. The commission conducts extensive public outreach activities, identifies and makes recommendations on transportation funding and policy needs to the Legislature and the Governor, and approves public/private partnership projects submitted by the state’s innovative partnerships program. The commission also develops the Washington State Transportation Plan, serves as the state’s tolling authority, and sets ferry fares and highway/bridge tolls.
The Washington State Transportation Commission represents the public’s interest in the areas of transportation policy development, long term transportation planning, financing of the transportation system, and service delivery.
|Net change from current biennium||103,000 Increase|
|Percent change from current biennium||3.7% Increase|
Operating Budget: Summary
|2017-19 Appropriations||Appropriated Funds||Expenditures|
|Amount||Estimated Balance||2015-17 Actual||2017-19 Estimated||2019-21 Proposed|
|2,291,000||Motor Vehicle Account - State||2,390,312||2,291,000||2,744,000|
|462,000||Multimodal Transportation Account - State||111,127||462,000||112,000|
|2,753,000||Total Appropriated Funds||2,501,439||2,753,000||2,856,000|
Operating Budget: Program Summary
Operating Budget: Change from Preceding Biennium
|2016-17 Actual||2017-18 Estimated||2018-19 Estimated||2019-20 Proposed||2020-21 Proposed|
|FTE Staff Years||6.7||6.3||6.3||9.7||9.7|