The Washington State Department of Transportation is committed to fostering a diverse workplace that represents the communities it serves. The Diversity and Inclusion Unit within the Office of Human Resources and Safety supports this commitment through:
WSDOT is committed to equal opportunity and Affirmative Action as well as providing a workplace which is free of discrimination and sexual harassment. To learn more, view Executive Order 1014.04 (pdf) as well as the Secretary of Transportation’s Commitment to Affirmative Action.
WSDOT is committed to providing equal access to its facilities, programs and services for persons with disabilities. View Executive Order 1069.01 (pdf) for details.
As a member of the public, you may request reasonable accommodation to access WSDOT programs, services or activities. Requests may include but are not limited to:
To make a request, fill out the Public Request for Reasonable Accommodation form (pdf 28 kb) or email the WSDOT ADA Compliance Team or call toll-free at 855-362-4ADA(232) .
WSDOT will not deny employment opportunities to an otherwise qualified individual with a disability because that individual requires reasonable accommodations to facilitate or continue employment, unless the accommodations would impose an undue hardship on the department. To learn more about WSDOT’s commitment to providing reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities, please contact Ed McCallister, Internal EEO Manager, at 360-705-7059 or Rafeaah Sok, Diversity Inclusion Manager, at 360-705-7087.
The Roadside and Site Development section is part of the WSDOT Design Office and provides:
In addition, the Local Programs section includes online tools and links designed to assist local agencies with their ADA compliance activities.
Learn to interact more effectively with people who have disabilities. View our guide to disability etiquette and respectful language (pdf, 77 kb) (txt, 8 kb).
Any individual, group or entity that believes they have been subjected to discrimination based on disability with regard to any WSDOT activity, facility, program, or service are encouraged to consult the WSDOT External ADA Grievance Procedures (pdf 71 kb) or contact the WSDOT ADA Compliance Team to file a complaint.