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  1. February 1, 2015

    The Gray Notebook 56

    WSDOT looks at pavement conditions through the eyes of drivers and with cross-section illustrations to show the how pavement can deteriorate throughout during its lifecycle. The infographic in Gray Notebook 56 compares past trends and provides future projections, describing not only how many lane miles and vehicle miles traveled fall into categories ranging from very good to very poor, but what fiscal impacts can be expected at each stage.
  2. May 1, 2015

    The Gray Notebook 57

    Keeping commercial trucks moving on Washington state’s highway is vital to the economy, improves traffic flow and reduces impacts to the environment. Gray Notebook 57 Commercial Vehicle Information Systems and Networks Annual Report explains how the CVISN system achieves all these tasks while saving the trucking industry millions of dollars and tens of thousands of hours each year.

  3. Performance Reporting Gallery

    Interactive online maps allow stakeholders to delve deeper into WSDOT’s performance data, ranging from ferry routes’ performance to in-depth stories about mitigation wetlands. Maps feature WSDOT’s work around the state, graphs, data and links to additional online resources from the agency.

  4. WSDOT’s Handbook for Corridor Capacity Evaluation

    WSDOT’s spiral graphs show the extra time drivers in Washington state spent in traffic due to increased traffic volumes. The graphs allow readers to visualize when and where the most intense delay occurred, and how it differs by direction of travel.
  5. October 1, 2014

    The 2014 Corridor Capacity Report

    WSDOT’s Corridor Capacity Report’s ‘Dashboard of Indicators’ presents multimodal system performance measures over a five year period, giving a holistic view of the changes in system conditions. Collaboration with transit, planning and other state agencies is critical for achieving a corridor-based customer focused multimodal performance measurement and analysis that leading to a comprehensive story telling that resonates with WSDOT stakeholders. These corridor snapshots act as a regional dashboard on measures like person miles traveled and annual emissions, as well as digging into metrics for every mode.

  6. WSDOT – MAP-21 Performance Management

    What are the implications of MAP-21 newly proposed rules for safety, pavement and bridges?  WSDOT has developed a website and folios that share general and technical information intended to enhance the understanding of federal rule making for the general public as well as technical audiences. As proposed rules are released and other rules become finalized, the website will be updated to reflect current information.
  7. August 1, 2014

    The Gray Notebook 54
    WSDOT’s quarterly performance report on transportation systems, programs, and department management

    In Washington state, water is everywhere. As a result, so are the bridges and ferries that help keep the state’s economy vibrant and goods, people and services moving. WSDOT’s 54th edition of its quarterly performance and accountability report, the “Gray Notebook” takes a close look at how well the agency is preserving its bridges, ferry terminals and vessels and how the state is performing in terms of transporting goods and services. In addition to quarterly articles on ferries, rail, Lean and incident response, this issue also features annual reports on how Washington state agencies are working together to make highways safer for travelers, and how obtaining certain environmental permits saves WSDOT time and resources
  8. June 1, 2015

    Putting Transportation in Layman’s Terms

  9. June 1, 2015

    Applying Performance Management for Investment Reporting at Rhode Island DOT

  10. June 1, 2015

    Measurement-Driven Operations Management