Shaping Our Community Through Better Transportation Choices
The City of Olympia is building streets that provide people more choice – to walk, bike, ride the bus, and drive. We are building a system of human-scale streets connected in a grid like pattern.
Our street network allows people to make trips that are safe and direct by any mode, and provide efficient access for delivery trucks, buses, and service vehicles.
- View Transportation's 2012 Community Report
- Improve your neighborhood - Learn about the Neighborhood Pathways Program
- Background and Status of Street Connections at Decatur Street and 16th Avenue
The City of Olympia prides itself on making walking, biking and commuting safe, convenient options for getting around. For helpful information, tips, maps and more visit the Transportation Options page.
Plans, Studies & Data
Learn about our planning projects and the studies we've done to improve our transportation system. Visit the Plans, Studies & Data page for the background and analysis of Transportation Department decisions.
Signs, Signals & Streetlights
The City of Olympia manages over 95 traffic signals, 4,200 streetlights and 11,500 signs in addition to in-pavement and other traffic beacons throughout the City. For more information or to report a problem visit the Signs, Signals & Streetlights page.
We maintain roadways to get you from here to there - safely and quickly. Visit the Streets page for information about roadway paving and striping, street sweeping, our snow and ice plan, or to report a problem.
Visit the pages above for questions related to specific areas, or for general questions contact:
Lee Keech, 360.753.8565 or email@example.com