wsdot logo greenThe December 2022 edition of WSDOT’s quarterly performance report (Gray Notebook 88) is now available online. While numerous performance measures are reported throughout the Gray Notebook, highlights from this issue include:

  • WSDOT's pavement Deferred Preservation Liability (backlog) increased 51.5% from $346 million in 2017 to $524 million in 2021
  • WSDOT missed 44% (12 of 27) of its highway maintenance asset condition targets in 2022
  • The Washington State Ferries vessel preservation backlog increased 29.3% from $208.6 million in FY2018 to $269.7 million in FY2022
  • Washington's public-use airports leveraged $1.3 million to secure $53.6 million in funding for airport investments in FY2023
  • Electric vehicle registrations in Washington increased 167% from 42,878 in 2018 to 114,600 in 2022
  • As of December 31, 2022, 40 WSDOT-administered projects to improve freight rail structures and freight movement were underway
  • In the fourth quarter of 2022, WSDOT Incident Response teams provided an estimated $23.3 million in economic benefit by reducing the effects of incidents on drivers
  • Washington State Ferries completed 33,938 (97.2%) of its 34,922 regularly scheduled trips in the second quarter of fiscal year 2023
  • WSDOT advertised 46 of 139 Pre-existing Funds projects in the sixth quarter of the 2021-2023 biennium (October through December 2022)

Gray Notebook editions can be accessed at the Gray Notebook archive page.