Travel Alerts Central Washington

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HIGHEST IMPACT
I-90
I-90 Eastbound - I-90 eastbound at milepost 57: The right 2 lanes are blocked due to a serious collision that occurred earlier. Traffic is diverted to the left shoulder. Traffic is moving along, but the back up from the collision has not cleared, due to the volume of vehicles traveling. . Current back up is 3 miles. Tow trucks are on scene to remove vehicles. Once this is completed the right two lanes will be reopened.
Last Updated: 7/25/2016 12:39 AM
At milepost 57 More
MODERATE IMPACT
I-90
I-90 Eastbound - I-90 milepost 137 eastbound Vantage Bridge painting: Drivers can expect delays as traffic merges down to one lane 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, until September 2016. Friday afternoons, holidays, and event weekends will experience significant congestion with delays ranging from 20 minutes to 2 hours during peak traffic times. Delays are less than 5 minutes during off-peak times. Loads over 14 feet wide are prohibited through the project area.
Last Updated: 7/24/2016 5:29 AM
From milepost 137 to milepost 138 More
MODERATE IMPACT
I-90
I-90 Both Directions - I-90 MP 106 to MP 126 paving: Mon. July 25 one lane will be closed in each direction on the main line and the I-90 / I-82 Interchange between 3 AM to 3 PM Posted speed limit has been lowered to 60 MPH, with an advisory speed of 45 MPH through the work zone. Mon.- Tues. July 26/27 from 7 AM and 7 PM, flagged traffic control over the Kittitas bridge, Exit 115. Tues - Thur July 26/28 7 AM to 7 PM expect shoulder and lane closures for road sealing work.
Last Updated: 7/24/2016 5:26 AM
From milepost 106 to milepost 126 More
MODERATE IMPACT
I-90
I-90 Westbound - I-90 milepost 67 to 69 westbound: Tuesday July 26 and Wednesday July 27 beginning at 6 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. the left two lanes will be closed for concrete panel replacement. During the evening beginning at 4:30 p.m. the double lane closure will be reduced to a single center lane closure over night.
Last Updated: 7/23/2016 9:21 PM
At milepost 69 More
LOW IMPACT
I-90
I-90 Both Directions - I-90 milepost 87 to 93 Elk Heights vicinity concrete panel replacement: Monday night through Saturday morning, eastbound and westbound traffic will be reduced to one lane each night. Minimal delays are anticipated Monday through Thursday nights. Traffic may encounter delays Friday night in the eastbound direction.
Last Updated: 7/24/2016 4:35 AM
From milepost 87 to milepost 93 More
LOW IMPACT
I-90
I-90 Both Directions - Rock blasting closure scheduled Wednesday July 27 beginning at 8 p.m. and lasting one hour or more During blasting closures eastbound drivers will be stopped at milepost 56 near Gold Creek and westbound drivers will be stopped at milepost 62 near the Stampede Pass Interchange. No services are available past Exit 53 eastbound and Exit 70 westbound during blast closures.
Last Updated: 7/23/2016 7:24 PM
From milepost 56 to milepost 62 More
LOW IMPACT
I-90
I-90 Both Directions - I-90 Snoqualmie Pass milepost 57 to 60 adding lanes: Daytime: drivers should prepare for intermittent rolling slowdowns in both directions. Nighttime: Monday night through Saturday morning, traffic will be reduced to one lane each night. Traffic delays are not anticipated.
Last Updated: 7/18/2016 9:40 PM
From milepost 57 to milepost 60 More
LOW IMPACT
I-90
I-90 Both Directions - I-90 milepost 62 to 69 wildlife bridges construction: Motorists will encounter night time lane closures Monday through Friday in both directions. Minor delays should be anticipated.
Last Updated: 7/18/2016 9:40 PM
From milepost 62 to milepost 69 More
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