I-90 Both Directions - I-90 Snoqualmie Pass milepost 56 to 61 east of the summit, traffic is reduced to one lane each direction 24 hours a day for building detours to be used this construction season. Drivers should be prepared for up to 2 hours of added travel time until April 25. To minimize added travel time, drivers should be over the pass before 8 a.m., travel after 8 p.m., or consider alternate routes.
4/23/2014 7:26 PMMore Info From milepost 56 to milepost 61
I-90 Both Directions - One lane will be open in each direction at all times. The speed through the work zones is reduced to 50 mph. Monday through Wednesday, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., expect single lane closures, and narrowed lanes where a crew is paving both EB and WB. This should complete the paving. Monday through Friday, Expect no lane closures during crack sealing on shoulders and ramps. One day detours are allowed on the ramps at Silica and SR 26 interchanges but none are planned for this week.
4/18/2014 4:34 PMMore Info From milepost 137 to milepost 148
I-90 Both Directions - I-90 Oakes Ave. Interchange milepost 84: Monday, April 21 through Thursday, April 24, expect periodic shoulder closures on both ramps at this interchange.
4/23/2014 7:26 PMMore Info At milepost 84
I-90 Both Directions - I-90, milepost 101, Thorp Road Interchange Milepost 101: Monday, April 21 through Thursday, April 24, expect periodic shoulder closures on all ramps at this interchange.
4/21/2014 8:55 PMMore Info At milepost 101
US 97 Both Directions - US 97 milepost 137 to 138 north of Ellensburg: A single lane temporary detour is in place. Traffic on the detour is limited to one lane and is controlled by a traffic signal. Oversize vehicle restrictions are in place. Minor delays can be anticipated. Drivers may consider alternate routes via I-90 or SR 10.
4/21/2014 8:26 AMMore Info From milepost 137 to milepost 138
I-90 Both Directions - Bicycle Alternate Route: I-90 is closed to bicycles in both directions between the Hyak interchange (Exit 54) and Stampede Pass interchange (exit 62) because there is no shoulder for bicycles to use. Bicyclists can use the John Wayne Pioneer Trail, weather permitting, as an alternate route.
4/21/2014 8:18 AMMore Info From milepost 54 to milepost 62