About the Road Services Division
The Road Services Division is responsible for all county-owned roads, bridges and related infrastructure in the unincorporated area of King County.
Road Services is one of five divisions in the King County Department Transportation. The other divisions are the King County International Airport, Fleet Administration, the Marine Division and Metro Transit. The department director reports to the King County Executive, who is the elected executive officer of county government.
The Metropolitan King County Council, the legislative branch of county government, adopts laws, sets policies and holds final approval over the budget.
Facts and figures
Division Director: Brenda Bauer
The numbers listed below are for the year 2012 unless otherwise indicated. Please note that they reflect a snapshot in time and are ever-changing.
|Total King County area, square miles
|Square miles served in unincorporated King County
|Population of King County
||over 1.9 million
|Population of unincorporated King County
|Miles of road managed
|Total number of bridges
|Traffic signals maintained
|Traffic control signs maintained
|Traffic cameras operated
|Miles of guardrail maintained
Information from the Road Services Division's website is available to people with disabilities in alternate formats upon request by calling 206-263-6482 or 711 for the TTY relay service.
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