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Washington Road Map

The scalable Washington map on this page shows the state's major roads and highways as well as its counties and cities, including Olympia, the capital city, and Seattle, the most populous city.
road tunnel near Port Angeles, Washington
Road through a Tunnel near Port Angeles, Washington

Washington Map Navigation

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Washington road map
The following Map Legend and Scale of Miles apply to the road map on this page, at its largest displayed scale.

Washington Map Legend

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Washington Map Scale Of Miles

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Washington Interstate Highways

Washington State's Interstate Highways connect its major cities and facilitate travel between Washington State and its neighbors.  I-5 traverses western Washington from north to south, while I-90 crosses the state from east to west, ending in Seattle.  I-82 connects I-90 with I-84 in northern Oregon.  I-182 provides convenient access to Pasco from I-82.  I-405 provides access from I-5 to Seattle's eastern suburbs, and I-705 provides access to downtown Tacoma from I-5.

Washington Scenic Routes

A 250-mile loop along Washington's Olympic Peninsula offers uniquely stunning forest, river, and coastal views.  Beginning at Potlatch State Park, Route 101 continues through Port Angeles, which is the gateway to Olympic National Park.  Outside of the park, the drive continues toward the village of Forks and then through the Hoh and Queets Rain Forests.  The drive ends at Grays Harbor National Wildlife Refuge, which is home to the largest concentration of shorebirds on the West Coast.  More information about scenic roads in Washington is available on this America's Byways: Washington page.

Washington Road Travel Resources

For more information about Washington's roads and transportation infrastructure, visit the Washington Department of Transportation website.  For Washington road traffic conditions, visit the Federal Highway Administration's Washington Traffic Information page.

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