Inslee’s 2022 budget highlights poverty, climate, salmon recovery and transportation investments

Clean transportation advances with hybrid-electric ferries

Inslee, Millar statement on Thurston County Court verdict in favor of WSDOT

Gov. Jay Inslee and Secretary of Transportation Roger Millar issued a joint statement today:

Inslee statement on I-976 injunction

"We are taking action today in response to the

Govs. Inslee, Brown announce plans to begin joint project to replace I-5 bridge

Op-Ed: Giving the green light to a new Columbia River bridge

The only stoplight on Interstate 5 between Canada and Mexico is on the bridge over the Columbia River. As the governors of Washington and Oregon, we know that for too long the antiquated bridge has held our region back, literally and figuratively.

Inslee and AG Ferguson statement on Trump administration attacking states ability to regulate vehicle emissions

Gov. Jay Inslee and Attorney General Bob Ferguson released the following statement after the Trump administration announced an effort to block states from setting more stringent vehicle emission standards and Zero Emission Vehicles standards.

Inslee signs budgets that give big boosts to behavioral health, education, orcas, homelessness and clean energy

U.S. News and World Report: Why Washington is the Best State in America

Agency urges drivers to slow down, pay attention in work zones

Inslee tours infrastructure innovation in and around Spokane

Range anxiety? Help for electric-vehicle drivers is on the way

Electric vehicle discount program available soon to all state employees

State employees interested in purchasing an electric vehicle will soon have a chance at an exclusive discount.

Prepare for gridlock as motorists head to see eclipse

Washington welcomes its first certified autonomous vehicle pilot test

Inslee declares state of emergency for damaged overpass near Ritzville

Op-ed: Inslee: Congress must act now on oil trains

Op-ed in the Columbian: Inslee: Congress must act now on oil trains

Washington state, Norway compare notes on electric ferries

Memorial reminds motorists of work zone safety

B.C. backs high-speed corridor study connecting Vancouver to Seattle

As part of ongoing efforts to strengthen the partnership between British Columbia and Washington state, the B.C. government will help fund a study of a potential ultra-high-speed corridor service connecting Vancouver with Seattle, Portland and beyond. 


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