WSDOT’s quarterly performance report, the Gray Notebook for the quarter ending June 2023, is now available in its interactive format. While numerous performance measures are reported throughout the GNB, highlights from this issue include:

  • Combined pedestrian and bicyclist traffic fatalities decreased by 8.1% from 160 deaths in 2021 to 147 deaths in 2022
    • From the Active Transportation Plan’s 2019 baseline to 2022, the combined pedestrian and bicyclist fatalities increased by 26.7% from 116 to 147
  • Washington state’s total imports and exports were valued at $134.9 billion in 2022, up 16.8% from $115.5 billion in 2021
  • WSDOT completed 15 fish passage projects statewide in 2022, improving access to 29.1 miles of upstream fish habitat
  • The number of WSDOT's Facebook page followers increased 19.2% from 165,564 in FY2022 to 197,292 in FY2023
  • In the second quarter of 2023, WSDOT Incident Response teams provided an estimated $23.2 million in economic benefit by reducing the effects of incidents on drivers
  • Washington State Ferries completed 35,812 (98.2%) of its 36,458 regularly scheduled trips in the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2023
  • One Transportation Partnership Account contract and two Connecting Washington contracts were operationally complete by WSDOT during the eighth quarter of the 2021-2023 biennium
  • WSDOT advertised 43 Pre-existing Funds projects during the eighth quarter of the 2021-2023 biennium