Washington State Highways
The Washington Road Map highlights the state and national highways of the state. The important cities of Washington are connected by the well maintained roadways of the state. The northern part of the state is easily accessible to the southern end of Washington by the Interstate Highways of 5 and 405. The important east-west roads of Washington include the Interstate Highways of 82 and 90.
Interstate 182 is another notable highway of Washington that helps in intra and inter-state connectivity. There are several US Highways that run through the State of Washington. Some of the prominent US Highways of Washington are 2, 97, 395, 101 and 12. During 2000, the total length of roadways in Washington was 128,334 kilometer, which included 99,219 kilometer of total rural roads.
The state recorded 4,154,501 numbers of drivers who had license and 5,166,904 numbers of vehicles that were registered in the year of 2000. The Interstate Highway of 90 joins Spokane with Seattle. The Interstate Highway of 5 runs through Vancouver of British Columbia and connects Seattle and Tacoma.
The Washington State Map identifies several important routes of the state. Factoria Loop, Mercer Slough and Bellevue Sloop are few of the notable routes of Washington that helps in easy communication.