Transportation | Governor Jay Inslee

Gov. Jay Inslee and Secretary of Transportation Roger Millar issued a joint statement today: “We are taking action today in response to the 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 […]

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

“We are taking action today in response to the

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.

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.

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EV charging stations

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

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

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. 

“Meaningfully investing in safe and reliable infrastructure is a national imperative, and our state is more than doing its fair share.

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