Governor Inslee's statement on Drowsy Driving Prevention Week Nov. 11-17, 2013

“This week we have a chance to stop and reflect on the dangers of drowsy driving. Driving while tired can be dangerous and sometimes deadly.

Joint Statement issued tonight from Governor Jay Inslee and the bipartisan House and Senate transportation negotiators on the next phase of transportation revenue package negotiations

“Through 12 negotiating sessions we made progress on finding a compromise package of statewide transportation improvements. But today it has become clear this phase of the process has run its course and we have not reached an agreement.

State of the State 2014: Governor Inslee calls on legislators to invest in education, finish work on transportation, and boost minimum wage

Gov. Inslee priorities advance at session half-time

As the 2014 legislative session reaches the half-way point, key priorities of Gov. Jay Inslee’s have passed through the House or Senate.

Governor Inslee appoints new chair of Utilities and Transportation Commission

OLYMPIA - Governor Jay Inslee today named David W. Danner as the new chair of the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission.

Governor Inslee announces new slate of appointments including Department of Transportation

OLYMPIA - Governor Jay Inslee today announced his appointments to head the departments of Transportation, Revenue and Financial Institutions as well as his choice of a new General Counsel.

Statement from Governor Jay Inslee regarding transportation package proposal from House Democrats

"I thank Representative Clibborn for her leadership on this and am glad to begin a robust conversation about how to move forward in building a transportation system for the 21st century. This is an issue vital to the environmental and economic health of Washington State.

Governor Jay Inslee urges lawmakers to move forward on transportation proposal, shares accountability action plan

TACOMA – Gov. Jay Inslee today joined more than 90 community, business, labor and civic leaders in urging lawmakers to approve a new round of transportation improvements and projects.

Governor proclaims state of emergency due to I-5 bridge collapse on Skagit River

Governor Jay Inslee's statement on tonight's I-5 bridge collapse in Skagit County

“I’m thankful there were no fatalities tonight. I want to thank the U.S. Border Patrol, our State Patrol, Skagit County Sheriff, local fire and police, Fish and Wildlife and other emergency personnel who participated in a very successful rescue effort.

Governor Inslee announces I-5 bridge replacement plan

Solution keeps traffic moving while crews construct permanent bridge

MOUNT VERNON – Gov. Inslee today announced a plan to replace the collapsed portion of the Interstate 5 bridge over the Skagit River near Mt. Vernon.

States, manufacturers finalize mitigation agreements on Columbia River Crossing

Oregon and Washington departments of transportation have signed pivotal agreements with two Columbia River manufacturers whose operations would be affected by construction of a new I-5 bridge across the Columbia River.

Statement from Gov. Inslee on unanimous passage of his DUI bill in the House and Senate (SB 5912)

"Our roads will be safer due to the good work of those in the House and Senate who voted to strengthen Washington's DUI laws.

Statement by Gov. Jay Inslee on the Senate Majority's failure to act on a transportation plan for Washington

“I’m beyond disappointed in this inaction. The failure by the Senate’s Republican-led majority to act on the transportation plan stops us from making important investments in maintaining and preserving our roads and bridges and ensuring the safety the public deserves.

Small Business Administration opens loan office in Mount Vernon to help businesses affected by Skagit Bridge collapse

Following a request last week by Gov. Jay Inslee, the U.S. Small Business Administration opened a disaster loan office in Mount Vernon to help businesses suffering financial losses due to the I-5 Skagit River Bridge collapse.

Governor Inslee announces next steps to win the 777X for Washington

  • City of Everett and Snohomish County pursue first ever “Project of Statewide Significance” designation
  • Washington Aerospace Partnership engages experts to help make the case for Washington

Governors Inslee, Kitzhaber announce final mitigation agreement on Columbia River Crossing

Washington Governor Jay Inslee and Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber today announced an agreement with Thompson Metal Fab, Inc. to mitigate potential impacts of construction of a new I-5 bridge across the Columbia River.

Gov. Jay Inslee's statement on successful first flight of Boeing's newest version of the Dreamliner, the 787-9

“I want to send my sincere congratulations to The Boeing Company and the thousands of men and women who worked so hard to design and manufacture the 787-9.

Policy Brief: Cutting Carbon Pollution and Taking Clean Energy Action: Washington will Lead the Way

Policy Brief: Driving Our Future

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