Resolution No. 668 (pdf 13 kb)
The Washington Highway Board was formally established on March 13, 1905 when the legislature enacted and Governor Albert Mead signed legislation creating the office of Highway Commissioner and a three-member State Highway Board; and …
Resolution No. 669 (pdf 14 kb)
RCW 47.17.001 sets forth criteria to be used in determining which routes of the Washington State Highway System should be added, deleted or changed, and …
Resolution No. 670 (pdf 12 kb)
on December 19, 2002, the Washington State Transportation Commission designated The Palouse Scenic Byway, a byway beginning in Pullman and traveling south on SR 195 through Colton, and Uniontown to the Idaho border …
Resolution No. 671 (pdf 53 kb)
The Washington State Legislature (Legislature) and the Citizens of Washington through referendum have enacted laws authorizing the State Finance Committee to sell bonds for transportation improvements when requested by the Washington State Transportation Commission.
Resolution No. 673 (pdf 17 kb)
In 1803 Thomas Jefferson said to Meriwether Lewis “The object of your mission is to explore the Missouri river & such principal stream of it, as, by it’s course and communication with the waters of the Pacific ocean… may offer the most direct & practicable water communication across this continent for the purposes of commerce.”
Resolution No. 674 (pdf 16 kb)
Michèle Maher of Spokane served as a member of the Washington State Transportation Commission from January 1998 to June 2005, having been appointed by Governor Locke…
Resolution No. 675 (pdf 14 kb)
The Washington State Transportation Commission recognizes the value of the efficient movement of freight and goods to the Washington State economy and well-being of its residents.