Department of transportation.
Priority programming for highway development.
Statewide transportation planning.
Highway construction bonds.
Acquisition and disposition of state highway property.
State highway routes.
Combination highway routes.
City streets as part of state highways.
Development in urban areas—Urban arterials.
Construction and maintenance of highways.
Transportation innovative partnerships.
Trails and paths.
Obstructions on right-of-way.
Traffic control devices.
Roadside areas—Safety rest areas.
Scenic and recreational highway act of 1967.
Roadside improvement and beautification.
Junkyards adjacent to interstate and primary highways.
Highway advertising control act—Scenic vistas act.
Franchises on state highways.
Public-private transportation initiatives.
Closing highways and restricting traffic.
Highway access management.
Limited access facilities.
State toll bridges, tunnels, and ferries.
Existing and additional bridges.
Puget Sound ferry and toll bridge system.
Marine employees—Public employment relations.
Multimodal transportation programs.
Rail freight service.
High capacity transportation development.
High-speed ground transportation.
Regional transportation planning organizations.
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Transportation project delivery and review.