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Bills that have passed the Legislature are shown in bold text with an * preceding them.

RAILROADS  RAILROADS RSS Feed
               (See also PUBLIC TRANSIT)
Amtrak 501 derailment report, confirmation of compliance with, requiring: SB 6321
Amtrak, compliance with 501 derailment report, UTC confirmation of, requiring: SB 6321
Grade crossings, clearing for law enforcement/emergency services vehicles: HB 2923, SB 6675
Hazardous material trains, minimum crew requirements: HB 1841, SB 5877
Highway grade crossing, stop sign at, bicyclist requirements: HB 2358, SHB 2358, SB 6208, SSB 6208
Investigations and inspections, UTC information sharing/disclosure, when: HB 2439, SHB 2439
Oil, vapor pressure of crude, in rail tank car at loading/unloading facility: HB 1785, SB 5579, * ESSB 5579, CH 354 (2019)
Rail safety governance best practices, consultant study on: HB 2287, SHB 2287
Sound transit, compliance with Amtrak 501 derailment report by, requiring: SB 6321
Workers, including operating craft employees, safe leave act and account: HB 1843, SB 5879
Yardmasters, hours of service and rest periods: HB 1842, SB 5878
REAL ESTATE AND REAL PROPERTY  REAL ESTATE AND REAL PROPERTY RSS Feed
               (See also BOUNDARIES; BUILDING CODES AND PERMITS; GROWTH MANAGEMENT; HOMES AND HOUSING; IMPACT FEES; LANDLORD AND TENANT; SUBDIVISIONS; TAXES - PROPERTY; TAXES - REAL ESTATE SALES EXCISE; WATER; WATER RIGHTS)
Address confidentiality program, participant property ownership assistance: HB 1643, * ESHB 1643, CH 122 (2019)
Appraisal management companies, requirements: HB 1244, SHB 1244, * SB 5124, CH 74 (2019)
Appraisers and appraisal companies, legal actions against: HB 1015
Appraisers and appraiser trainees, certificates, licenses, and registrations: SB 5480, * ESSB 5480, CH 51 (2019)
Appraisers, licensing, out-of-state applicants, equivalent in-state license, when: SB 6465
Asbestos-containing building material, nonresidential construction prohibitions: SB 6473, ESSB 6473
Blockchain technology, Washington blockchain work group, establishing: HB 2604, SB 6065, SSB 6065
Brokers, as dual agents, prohibitions and requirements: HB 1316, SB 5189
Brokers, B&O tax rate, increasing, when: HB 1343, SB 5129
Brokers, licensing, out-of-state applicants, equivalent in-state license, when: SB 6465
Commercial and residential property, property tax exemptions for, with value limits, constitutional amendment: HJR 4211, SJR 8218
Commercial properties, small, in designated district, property tax exemption: HB 2881
Commercial property, improvements, creating C-PACER program for: HB 1796, SHB 1796, HB 2405, SHB 2405, E2SHB 2405, SB 5730, SB 6222
Commercial real estate, brokers as dual agents: HB 1316, SB 5189
Common interest communities, construction defect actions against professionals: HB 1576, SHB 1576
Common interest ownership act, Washington uniform, modifying applicability: HB 1636
Common interest ownership act, Washington uniform, various changes: HB 1306, * ESB 5334, CH 238 (2019)
Concrete pumping services, as "constructing"/related activities, excise taxation: HB 2894, SB 6317
Construction defect actions, against construction professionals, requirements: HB 1576, SHB 1576
Dampers, fire and/or smoke, buildings equipped with, owner inspection role: HB 2701
Disclosure statement, past property use for illegal drug manufacturing: SB 5391, SSB 5391
Disclosure statement, proximity to working forest: * HB 1011, CH 17 (2019)
Disclosure statement, smoke detection devices: HB 1103, SB 5284, SSB 5284, * E2SSB 5284, CH 455 (2019)
Easement, for private road across another's land, interest holders to maintain: HB 2165, SB 6008
Fire control systems, buildings equipped with, owner inspection role: HB 2701
Firms, real estate, registration with secretary of state: * HB 1176, CH 442 (2019), SB 5125
Foreclosure, liens for taxes, sale of property as is: * HB 1634, CH 28 (2019), SB 5518
Foreclosure, protections, penalties for delinquent property taxes, eliminating: HB 2526, SB 6314
Foreclosure, protections, penalties for delinquent property taxes, reduction or elimination: SSB 6314
Foreclosures, due to property tax delinquency, taxpayer protections: HB 1105, SHB 1105, * E2SHB 1105, CH 332 (2019)
Forfeiture of property, standard of proof: SB 5060
Historic property, special valuation for property tax, extensions of, when: HB 2868, SHB 2868
Impact fees, property owner refund of, time limit: SB 6387
Interbay property in Seattle, community preservation/development authority: HB 2882, SHB 2882
Liens, wage liens for wage claims on property, comprehensive provisions: SB 6053, SSB 6053
Private property rights, international law or accords infringing, prohibitions: HB 1617
Residential real property value subject to state property tax levy, limiting: HB 2106, HJR 4208
Transportation property, DOT surplus, former owner right of repurchase: HB 1473
RECORDS  RECORDS RSS Feed
               (See also ADVERTISING; ARCHIVES; BACKGROUND CHECKS; COMPUTERS; CRIMINAL OFFENDERS; HEALTH AND SAFETY, PUBLIC; INSURANCE; JUVENILE COURT AND JUVENILE OFFENDERS; PUBLIC DISCLOSURE COMMISSION; SECRETARY OF STATE)
Blockchain and distributed ledger technology, definitions: ESSB 6028
Blockchain technology, Washington blockchain work group, establishing: HB 2604, SB 6065, SSB 6065
Cities/towns, office hours fewer than 30, records requests when: SB 5787
Contact information, of criminal justice agent, disclosure, crime of: HB 2019
Databases, state agency, limiting availability for immigration enforcement: HB 1815, SHB 1815, 2SHB 1815, SB 5497, SSB 5497, * E2SSB 5497, CH 440 (2019)
Disclosure, exemptions, bids and proposals submitted to agency: HB 1538, SHB 1538, SB 5246
Disclosure, exemptions, bump-fire stock buy-back program personal information: HB 2182, * SB 6025, CH 239 (2019)
Disclosure, exemptions, bump-fire stock buy-back program, SB 6025 concerning, authorizing consideration of: * SCR 8406 (2019)
Disclosure, exemptions, certain distillery licensing information: HB 1838, SB 5750
Disclosure, exemptions, certain USFDA information or records: * HB 1385, CH 337 (2019), SB 5455
Disclosure, exemptions, department of corrections' security threat group database: HB 1871, SHB 1871, 2SHB 1871, SB 5888
Disclosure, exemptions, department of licensing facial recognition system: HB 2446, SHB 2446
Disclosure, exemptions, DRS-administered retirement plan medical information: HB 2716, SB 6499
Disclosure, exemptions, election operations/infrastructure security records: HB 2293, SHB 2293, SB 6285
Disclosure, exemptions, employing agency investigative records: HB 1538, SHB 1538, SB 5246
Disclosure, exemptions, employment and volunteers information: HB 1538, SHB 1538, SB 5246
Disclosure, exemptions, health care information provided to legislator: SB 6539
Disclosure, exemptions, paid family and medical leave records: HB 1399, * SHB 1399, CH 13 (2019), SB 5449, SSB 5449
Disclosure, exemptions, personal information, exception when consent: HB 1538, SHB 1538, SB 5246
Disclosure, exemptions, personal information, public agency employees: HB 1888, SHB 1888, 2SHB 1888, SB 6666
Disclosure, exemptions, postsecondary institution employee sexual misconduct, when: HB 2327, ESHB 2327, SB 6439
Disclosure, exemptions, proprietary and related information: HB 1538, SHB 1538, SB 5246
Disclosure, exemptions, public agency employee payroll deductions: SB 6666
Disclosure, exemptions, public employment application information: * HB 1537, CH 229 (2019)
Disclosure, exemptions, single comprehensive state vital records system: HB 1550, SB 5332, * ESSB 5332, CH 148 (2019)
Disclosure, exemptions, state employee personal demographic details: SB 6431
Disclosure, exemptions, sunshine committee recommendations: * HB 1537, CH 229 (2019), HB 1538, SHB 1538, SB 5246
Disclosure, exemptions, unfair labor practices investigative records: * EHB 2020, CH 349 (2019), SB 5929
Electronic transactions, governmental agencies, uniform act adoption: SB 6028, ESSB 6028
Electronic, repealing certain statutes: SB 6028, ESSB 6028
Electronic, uniform electronic transactions act, adoption of: SB 6028, ESSB 6028
Employment security department, ESD agency privacy officer, designating: HB 1400, * ESB 5439, CH 81 (2019)
Genetic data, genetic testing company collection/use/disclosure of: HB 2485
Higher education institutions, records release process for research, exemption: * SB 5786, CH 88 (2019)
Legislative agencies, public records disclosure: SB 5784
Legislative entities, public records disclosure and exemptions: HB 2466
Personal data, businesses controlling/processing, WA privacy act: HB 2742, SHB 2742, SB 6281, SSB 6281, 2SSB 6281
Personal data, consumer data bill of rights, Washington: HB 2759
Personal data, processors of, Washington consumer data transparency act: HB 2046
Personal data, products that transmit user data, sticker for: HB 2365, SHB 2365
Personal data, public agency use of, data management and protection act: SB 5377, SSB 5377
Personal data, Washington state charter of personal data rights: HB 2364
Personal information, consumer data and related, Washington privacy act: HB 1854, SHB 1854, 2SHB 1854, SB 5376, SSB 5376, 2SSB 5376
Personal information, data broker registration and security programs: HB 1503, SHB 1503, E2SHB 1503
Personal information, health care, collection via website analytics, protections: HB 2329
Personal information, of public agency employees, disclosure exemption: SB 6666
Personal information, of public agency employees, notice of request for: SB 6666
Personal information, of state employee, requesting to harass, liability for: HB 1692, * ESHB 1692, CH 373 (2019)
Personal information, protections and security breaches: HB 1071, * SHB 1071, CH 241 (2019), SB 5064, SSB 5064, 2SSB 5064
Personal information, release for immigration enforcement, restricting, when: HB 2446, SHB 2446
Personal information, social security number last 4 digits as breached data: SB 6187
Political advertisers, commercial, requirements: HB 2214, HB 2215
Public records act, courts and judicial branch offices, applying act to: HB 2703, SB 6438
Public records officers, for legislature, clerk and secretary to be: HB 2105, HB 2115, SB 5784
Public records, agencies subsequently discovering additional records: SB 6543
Public records, chief clerk of house duties: * HR 4646 (2020)
Public records, legislators and legislative agencies, disclosure of, when: HB 2115
Public records, reporting of metrics by agencies, modifying requirements: HB 1667, * ESHB 1667, CH 372 (2019), SB 5667
Public records, training grant and consultation programs, eliminating expiration: HB 1667, * ESHB 1667, CH 372 (2019), SB 5667
Sexual assault, child victim identifying information, confidentiality of: HB 2484, SHB 2484
Sexual assault, child victim personal information, confidentiality of: * HB 1505, CH 300 (2019)
Special purpose districts, office hours fewer than 30, records requests when: SB 5787
Sunshine committee, recommendations of: * HB 1537, CH 229 (2019), HB 1538, SHB 1538, SB 5246
Timeshare and condominium owner lists, repealing disclosure exemption: * HB 1537, CH 229 (2019), SB 5246
Vital records, single comprehensive state system: HB 1550, SB 5332, * ESSB 5332, CH 148 (2019)
REDISTRICTING COMMISSION  REDISTRICTING COMMISSION RSS Feed
               
Accountability, member, public forum, web site, and reporting changes for: HB 2575, ESHB 2575
Definitions, "efficiency gap" and "wasted votes": HB 1396
Districts, last known address for inmates or involuntarily committed persons: SB 5287, SSB 5287, * 2SSB 5287, CH 456 (2019) PV
Districts, neutrality toward political parties, requiring: HB 1396
House districts, two within each senate district, creating, commission role: SB 6197
Members, political campaign activities, limiting: HB 1396
Plans, submission to legislature, deadline: HB 1494, SB 5502, * SSB 5502, CH 192 (2019)
REENTRY COUNCIL, STATEWIDE  REENTRY COUNCIL, STATEWIDE RSS Feed
               
Staff of council, provisions: HB 2043
REGISTRAR, STATE  REGISTRAR, STATE RSS Feed
               
State and local registrars, state vital records system role: HB 1550, SB 5332, * ESSB 5332, CH 148 (2019)
REGULATORY ASSISTANCE, OFFICE OF  REGULATORY ASSISTANCE, OFFICE OF RSS Feed
               
Permits, agency decisions, time required for, progress report by office: HB 2593
RELIGION AND RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS  RELIGION AND RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS RSS Feed
               (See also DISCRIMINATION; MINORITIES)
Affordable housing, development on religious organization property: HB 1377, * SHB 1377, CH 218 (2019), SB 5358, SSB 5358
Bible, student access to, access to foundational texts act of 2019: HB 2147
Chaplain, changing to "religious coordinator" for DOC institutions: HB 1485, * SHB 1485, CH 107 (2019), SB 5013
Christian Science treatment, abuse/neglect exemption references, removing: HB 1376, SB 5749
Educational institutions, postsecondary, religious accommodations by: SB 5166, * SSB 5166, CH 182 (2019)
Hate crimes, involving religious scripture, property, attire, or items: SSB 5850
Health care faith-based practices, abuse/neglect exemption, when: HB 1376, SB 5749
Homeless persons, religious organizations hosting, prohibitions/requirements: HB 1754, ESHB 1754, SB 5644
Islamic relations, council on American, and North American Islamic trust, declaring as designated terrorist organizations, requesting: HJM 4017
Knights of Columbus, Catholic fraternal service organization, recognizing: * SR 8613 (2019)
Life appropriations act, 1st amendment establishment clause and prohibition of public funds use for convenience abortions: HB 2935
Muslim Brotherhood/certain co-conspirators, requesting that congress and the president declare as designated terrorist organizations: HJM 4017
Parents' bill of rights, including right to direct child's moral/religious training: HB 2928, SB 6664
Prayer, by public employees, protecting: HB 1618
Protection orders, extreme risk, when threat of harm to certain groups: SB 5745, SSB 5745
Schneerson, Rabbi Menachem, recognizing his vision by recognizing "education and sharing day": * HR 4638 (2019)
Sharon Park, Sister, honoring for community service through Catholic organizations: * HR 4636 (2019)
Sikhism, Sikh American community's celebration of Vaisakhi: * SR 8639 (2019), SR 8696
Students, education rights regardless of religious beliefs/immigration status: HB 1779, ESB 5834
Threat of mass violence, at place of worship, communicating a: SB 6307
RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS  RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS RSS Feed
               
Benefits, state systems, until end of month retiree/beneficiary dies: HB 1414, SB 5335
Benefits, survivorship options written consent, state retirement plans: * HB 1408, CH 102 (2019), SB 5661
Cities, first-class, retirement funds of, investment: SB 5240
Contributions by employer, interest and rates when reported late: HB 2127
Contributions from wages, revenue use, constitutional amendment: SJR 8211
Contributions from wages/compensation, revenue use, constitutional amendment: SSJR 8211
Deferred compensation plans, retirement strategy fund asset mix for: HB 2341, SB 6383
Firefighters, pre-LEOFF/LEOFF plan 1 pension/disability boards: HB 2051, SB 5920
Higher education retirement plans, supplement benefit contribution rates: HB 1661, SHB 1661, 2SHB 1661
Judges, state retirement systems, benefits when retiree dies: HB 1414, SB 5335
Law enforcement, pre-LEOFF/LEOFF plan 1 pension/disability boards: HB 2051, SB 5920
LEOFF plan 2 retirement board, interruptive military service credit, role in studying: SHB 2544
LEOFF, PERS service credit transfer to, when: HB 1297, SB 5355, * SSB 5355, CH 47 (2019)
LEOFF, plan 1, disability boards, membership of: HB 2051, SB 5920
LEOFF, plan 2, certain King county hospital district no. 2 EMTs, service credit: HB 2902
LEOFF, plan 2, survivor election, deadline for changing: HB 2678, SB 6417
LEOFF, plan 2, using funds in certain accounts for benefits improvement: * HB 2144, CH 366 (2019), SB 5983
LEOFF, plans 1 and 2, defining "period of war" for: HB 2655, SB 6418
LEOFF, using firefighters' pension levies to fund benefits under: SB 5894, * SSB 5894, CH 320 (2019)
Membership default, PERS, SERS, and TRS plans 2 and 3: HB 1308, ESHB 1308, * SB 5360, CH 313 (2019) PV
Military service credit, interruptive, for state system members, studying: SHB 2544
Pension funding council, higher education plan supplemental benefit contributions: HB 1661, SHB 1661, 2SHB 1661
Pension policy, select committee on, interruptive military service credit, studying: SHB 2544
PERS, emergency medical personnel, local government consortium, service credit: SB 6616
PERS, life annuity benefit, optional: HB 1413, * SB 5350, CH 189 (2019)
PERS, opt-out option for certain older employees: SB 5687, SSB 5687
PERS, plan 1, "compensation earnable" exclusions: HB 2264
PERS, plan 1, monthly benefit increase: EHB 1390, SB 5400, SSB 5400, SB 6165, SB 6662
PERS, plan 1, unfunded liability, B&O commercial airplane tax revenues for, when: HB 2956
PERS, plans 2 and 3, early retirement: SB 6662
PERS, plans 2 and 3, postretirement employment in elected council position: SB 6125
PERS, plans 2 and 3, retired teachers working in nonadministrative capacity: HB 1139, SHB 1139, * E2SHB 1139, CH 295 (2019) PV
PERS, service credit transfer to LEOFF, when: HB 1297, SB 5355, * SSB 5355, CH 47 (2019)
Plan 3 defined contribution plans, retirement strategy fund asset mix for: HB 2341, SB 6383
Plans, DRS-administered, medical information confidentiality: HB 2716, SB 6499
Postretirement employment, PERS plans 2 and 3, in elected council position: SB 6125
Postretirement employment, PERS, SERS, and TRS plans 2 and 3: HB 1362, HB 1388, SB 5430
Postretirement employment, TRS plans 2 and 3: SB 5801, SSB 5801
PSERS, plan 2, benefits when member totally disabled in line of duty: HB 2533
PSERS, plan 2, competency restoration workers membership: HB 2189
PSERS, plan 2, life annuity benefit, optional: HB 1413, * SB 5350, CH 189 (2019)
School employees, retired, former locally elected officials, health coverage: SB 5686
Secure choice retirement savings trust, program, and fund, creating: HB 2516, SHB 2516, SB 5740, SSB 5740, 2E2SSB 5740
SERS, plans 2 and 3, early retirement: HB 1132, SB 5178, SB 6337, SB 6662
SERS, plans 2 and 3, life annuity benefit, optional: HB 1413, * SB 5350, CH 189 (2019)
SERS, plans 2 and 3, opt-out option for certain older employees: SB 5687, SSB 5687
SERS, plans 2 and 3, retirees in nonadministrative positions: HB 1139, SHB 1139, * E2SHB 1139, CH 295 (2019) PV
TRS, opt-out option for certain older employees: SB 5687, SSB 5687
TRS, plan 1, "earnable compensation" exclusions: HB 2264
TRS, plan 1, budget stabilization account appropriations for: SB 5999
TRS, plan 1, monthly benefit increase: EHB 1390, SB 5400, SSB 5400, SB 6165, SB 6662
TRS, plan 1, unfunded liability, B&O commercial airplane tax revenues for, when: HB 2956
TRS, plans 2 and 3, early retirement: HB 1132, SB 5178, SB 6337, SB 6662
TRS, plans 2 and 3, postretirement employment: SB 5801, SSB 5801
Volunteer firefighters' and reserve officers' system, annual fee and benefits: EHB 1912, SB 5829, ESSB 5829
Washington state guard, retirement age: HB 1372, HB 2736
WSPRS, "salary" for purposes of, modifying: HB 2339, SB 6218
WSPRS, military service credit, "index" for purposes of, modifying: HB 2340, SB 6219
REVENUE, DEPARTMENT  REVENUE, DEPARTMENT RSS Feed
               
Business licensing service, application handling fees, increasing: HB 2840, SHB 2840, SB 6632, SSB 6632
Business licensing service, city option to opt out, when: HB 2749
Business licensing service, small city option to opt out, when: HB 2100
Business registration system, various businesses and professions: * HB 1176, CH 442 (2019), SB 5125
Renaming department as department of taxation: SB 5925
Tax revenue, reduction due to tax preferences, DOR submission of: SB 6621
Taxes and rates, by taxing district, online searchable database of, creating: SB 5631
Unclaimed property program, transferring administration to state treasurer: HB 2179
REVISED CODE OF WASHINGTON  REVISED CODE OF WASHINGTON RSS Feed
               (See also INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM)
Common school provisions, obsolete, repealing: HB 1173, SHB 1173, SB 5071
Emergencies, suspending statutory provisions, governor authority: * SB 5260, CH 472 (2019)
Environmental health statutes, reorganizing into new title: HB 2246, SHB 2246
Financial management, office of, corrections concerning: HB 1294, * SB 5310, CH 146 (2019)
Financial management, office of, obsolete provisions concerning: HB 1364, SB 5311, * ESSB 5311, CH 147 (2019)
Growth management act, repeal of, conforming changes due to: HB 1214
Life sciences discovery fund authority, repealing or recodifying statutes: HB 1335, * SB 5490, CH 83 (2019)
Liquor and cannabis board, technical corrections to statutes: SB 5296, SSB 5296
Liquor laws and rules, written interpretations by liquor and cannabis board: HB 2510, SB 6341
Motor vehicle laws, various, technical corrections: HB 1117, * SB 5230, CH 44 (2019)
Nonsubstantive changes, reorganizing environmental health statutes: HB 2246, SHB 2246
Parentage act, uniform, comprehensive changes related to: SB 5333, * SSB 5333, CH 46 (2019)
Respectful language, developmental disabilities/disabilities, individuals with: HB 2390
Rule making, agency authority for, citation of statutory authorization of: HB 2628, SB 6044
Technical amendments to RCW, various nonsubstantive: HB 1091, * SHB 1091, CH 64 (2019), HB 2205, SHB 2205
RIVERS AND STREAMS  RIVERS AND STREAMS RSS Feed
               (See also ENERGY; FISH; FISHING; HYDRAULIC PERMITS AND PROJECTS; MINES AND MINING; SHORELINES AND SHORELINE MANAGEMENT; UTILITIES)
Chehalis basin flooding, damage reduction and habitat restoration: HB 1154, SHB 1154
Chehalis basin, Chehalis board voting members, tribal voting alternates: HB 2109
Chehalis basin, office of, water infrastructure program role: HB 1889, SB 5136, SB 6345
Columbia river, additional Washington-Oregon bridge, studying options: HB 1835
Columbia river, nontribal gill net use for salmon, prohibition and license buyout plan: SSB 5617
Columbia river, office of, water infrastructure program role: HB 1889, SB 5136, SB 6345
Flows, instream, requiring portion of transfers from local water bank for: HB 2866
Methow river, Methow headwaters campaign, honoring: * SR 8638 (2019)
Minimum water flows or levels, establishing: HB 1979
Ravenna creek, in Seattle, restoring to flow above ground, examining: SB 6380
Riparian easement program, carbon storage impact on timber market value: HB 2714, SHB 2714, SB 6498
Roads, county, by water bodies, used for trespassing, vacation of, when: SHB 2371
Roads, county, by water bodies, vacation when safety hazard: HB 2371, SB 5613
Shade canopy for cooler water, riparian-oriented agroforestry pilot initiative: HB 2082
Skagit river, Diablo/Gorge/Ross dams on, removal costs/benefits/feasibility: HB 2940
Skagit river, Seattle city light hydroelectric project, removing dams, examining: SB 6380
Skagit watershed, upper, logging and mining in, requesting prevention of: HJM 4013, SJM 8014
Spokane river, regional toxics task force, establishing: HB 2113
Streambeds, human-caused disturbances, scientific literature review: HB 1404
Yakima river basin trust water rights program, drought mitigation via: SB 6036
ROADS AND HIGHWAYS  ROADS AND HIGHWAYS RSS Feed
               (See also BICYCLES; COUNTY ROAD ADMINISTRATION BOARD; DRIVERS AND DRIVERS' LICENSES; MOTOR VEHICLES; PARKING; RAILROADS; TRAFFIC)
Adopt-a-highway program, planting vegetation for bees/pollinators: SB 5552, * SSB 5552, CH 353 (2019)
Alaskan Way viaduct replacement project, Seattle taxing authority: HB 1809
All-terrain vehicles, wheeled, county roads authorized for, maintenance: EHB 2501, SB 6403
Bicycle routes, scenic bikeways program for designation of, establishing: HB 2587
Bridge, additional Washington-Oregon, studying options: HB 1835
Bridge, connecting two states, as transportation project of statewide significance prerequisite: * ESHB 1994, CH 137 (2019)
Bridge, over Columbia river, replacement, funding for: SB 5978
Bridge, Tacoma Narrows, toll provisions: HB 1928, SB 5913, SSB 5971
Bridges, over Columbia river, as projects of statewide significance: SB 5972, SSB 5972
Bridges, SR-507 over Skookumchuck river, designating as Regina Clark memorial bridge: HJM 4007, * SHJM 4007 (2019)
Bridges, various, additive transportation funding for: SB 5972, SSB 5972
Charitable solicitations in public roadway, by charitable organizations, when: HB 2911
County roads, by water bodies, used for trespassing, vacation of, when: SHB 2371
County roads, by water bodies, vacation when safety hazard: HB 2371, SB 5613
Debris on road, covering vehicle loads to prevent: HB 2186, SHB 2186
Debris/hazardous waste from vehicle, removal/clean-up, cost recovery, when: EHB 1169, SB 6078
Flags, U.S., placement by state highways: SB 5094
Highway projects, general obligation bonds for transportation projects: * ESSB 5825, CH 421 (2019), SB 5970
Highways, farm vehicle combination operation on, weight limit exception, when: SB 5883, * SSB 5883, CH 439 (2019)
Highways, operation of vehicle combinations on, pilot program: HB 1897, SB 5830
Improvements, funding for, motor vehicle sales/use tax revenues: HB 2323, SB 6041
Interstate 405 and state route number 167 express toll lanes facility, provisions: * ESSB 5825, CH 421 (2019)
Interstate 405, as eligible toll facility, where and when: HB 1899, HB 2132, SB 5825, * ESSB 5825, CH 421 (2019)
Interstate 405, replacing express toll lanes with HOV lane: SB 5018
Interstate 405, suspending toll lanes to study traffic flow: SB 5856
Interstate 5, requesting naming as Korean veterans memorial highway and purple heart trail: SJM 8020
Litter control, highway-focused, funding: SSB 5093, 2SSB 5093
Litter control, highway-focused, program and funding: SB 5093
Megaprojects, reporting by DOT: HB 1321
Pavement condition, arterial systems, city/town reporting: HB 1695
Pavement condition, preservation rating information for highways: * HB 2038, CH 36 (2019)
Preservation and replacement, as transportation system priorities: HB 2285
Projects of statewide significance, transportation, certain projects as: SB 5972, SSB 5972
Projects of statewide significance, transportation, designation as: HB 1994, * ESHB 1994, CH 137 (2019), SB 5847, SSB 5847
Projects, certain account appropriations for, repealing authority to transfer: HB 2194
Rest areas, safety, parking requirements and prohibitions: * SB 5506, CH 436 (2019)
Rest areas, safety, volunteer refreshment and coffee services at: SB 5901
Rights-of-way, state highways, directional signs for auto malls on, when: HB 2951
Rights-of-way, trees and shrubbery, planting for bees/pollinators: SB 5552, * SSB 5552, CH 353 (2019)
Road usage charge or other similar charge, using for highway purposes: SSJR 8206
Road usage charge, using for highway purposes: HB 2855
Road usage charges and motor vehicle fuel excise tax, double taxation, constitutional amendment to prohibit: HJR 4213
Road usage charges and motor vehicle fuel excise tax, double taxation, prohibiting: HB 2855
Road usage charges, new, prohibiting in rural counties: SB 5255
Road usage fee, per mile for electric and hybrid vehicles, implementation plan for: SB 6586
Roads, private, across another's land, easement interest holders to maintain: HB 2165, SB 6008
Signs, directional for auto malls, on state highway rights-of-way, when: HB 2951
State lands, roads on DNR land, when exclusive access to private property: SB 5368
State route number 165, as the glacier highway, requesting that WSTC name: SJM 8021
State route number 167, as eligible toll facility, where and when: HB 1899, HB 2132, SB 5825, * ESSB 5825, CH 421 (2019)
State route number 167, suspending toll lanes to study traffic flow: SB 5856
State route number 167, toll discount for certain persons: HB 2068
State route number 405, toll discount for certain persons: HB 2068
State route number 509, as eligible toll facility, where and when: HB 2132
State route number 509, toll discount for certain persons: HB 2068
State route number 902, as Gold Star memorial highway, requesting that WSTC name: HJM 4016
Stormwater runoff on state highways, funds use plans for reducing: HB 2125, * SB 5505, CH 435 (2019)
Streets, complete streets grant program, transfers to account for: HB 1508, SB 5521
Sweeping, state highway sweeping program, statewide volunteer, establishing: SB 6650
Tax revenue for highway use, from various vehicle and trailer purchases: SJR 8206
Tires, spraying water or mud/rocks, covering to avoid: HB 2198
Toll facilities, high occupancy toll lane pilot project, repealing provisions: HB 1899, HB 2132, SB 5825, * ESSB 5825, CH 421 (2019)
Toll facilities, photo toll systems, availability of various documentation: HB 1229, SHB 1229
Toll facilities, Puget Sound Gateway facility as eligible facility: HB 1899, HB 2132, SB 5825, * ESSB 5825, CH 421 (2019)
Toll facilities, Tacoma Narrows bridge, toll payer relief: HB 1928, SB 5913, SSB 5971
Toll facilities, using automated license plate recognition systems: HB 1663, HB 2566, SB 5529
Tolls, discounted, for low-income drivers, and similar programs, studying: SHB 2068
Tolls, vehicle toll imposition by local governments, prohibiting: SB 5104, SSB 5104
Trailers, travel, public highway length restriction exemption: HB 2242, SB 6083
U.S. highway 101, requesting naming as Persian Gulf, Afghanistan, and Iraq veterans memorial highway: SJM 8020
U.S. highway 12, requesting naming as Vietnam veterans memorial highway: SJM 8020
U.S. highway 395, requesting naming as World War I veterans/Thomas S. "Tom" Foley memorial highway: SJM 8020
U.S. highway 97, requesting naming as World War II veterans memorial highway: SJM 8020
Vehicle combinations, truck tractor with 3 trailing units, certain highways: HB 2692, SB 6597
Worker, for contractor, spouse and children college tuition/fees exemption: * SB 5119, CH 144 (2019)
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Agate, Ellensburg blue, designating as official state gem: HB 2757
Granite, use in veterans' memorials and place in sales/use tax exemptions: SB 6678