Transportation Engineering

The city’s engineering division maintains and improves the way we get around and through Everett every day. Whether it’s a bridge, street, traffic signal, road sign, storm drain or a public park, engineering staff probably helped bring it from a concept to something you use.


See our projects page for more information on planned and current transportation projects in Everett.

Traffic engineering

Our traffic group is responsible for the safe and efficient operation and maintenance of the city’s transportation network, such as the traffic signal system, traffic operations center, street lighting, traffic operations signage and traffic safety. Learn more on our traffic engineering page.

Freight movement

Home to the world’s largest aerospace manufacturer and a natural deep-water port that handles overdimensional cargo, freight movement is a high priority for the city and its partners. Learn more on our freight page.

Transportation advisory committee (TAC)

The TAC is a volunteer citizen advisory board that provides input and advisory direction to city staff on transportation issues. Visit the Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC) page. 


The City is working on a multi-modal transportation plan that includes transit and non-motorized (bikes and pedestrian) modes in addition to roadways. See our bicycle page for details.


The City of Everett and the Downtown Everett Association (DEA) are studying ways to make improvements to parking in the downtown area. The city commissioned a Downtown Parking Management Study to examine the parking conditions in the central business district and make recommendations for parking management. See our parking page to learn more.

Title VI

The City assures that every effort will be made to ensure nondiscrimination in all of its programs and activities.  See our Title VI page to learn more.