Central Washington Travel Alerts

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HIGH IMPACT
US 2
US 2 Both Directions - on US 2/97 between Dryden and Monitor (milepost 106 to 115) a contractor will shut off the flashing beacons that warn drivers to decelerate for necessary repairs and upgrades to the electrical components. Signs warning drivers "Be Prepared to Stop" will be in place during the repairs. This week work will be at the US 2 intersection with Alice Ave in Dryden and at Hay Canyon Road/Goodwin Road in Cashmere.
Last Updated: 8/23/2019 4:04 PM
From milepost 106 to milepost 115 More
HIGH IMPACT
SR 28
SR 28 Both Directions - SR 28 between Ephrata and Soap Lake (MP 44 to 53)- Monday through Friday 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., expect delays up to 20 minutes with lane shifts and alternating 1-way traffic through Ephrata and between the north end of Ephrata and Soap Lake where the contractor is installing pavement markers, signage and guideposts.
Last Updated: 8/16/2019 4:19 PM
From milepost 44 to milepost 53 More
HIGH IMPACT
SR 162
SR 162 Both Directions - The SR 162 Spiketon Creek Bridge has been permanently closed due to recently discovered pier settlement. A detour is in effect using Mundy Loss Road, SR 410 and SR 165. WSDOT plans to install a temporary span and reopen the highway to travelers mid-October 2019. View our next steps for a path towards permanent bridge replacement additionally in 2022.
Last Updated: 8/9/2019 1:13 PM
At milepost 20 More
MODERATE IMPACT
I-90
I-90 Westbound - I-90 Snoqualmie Pass: Westbound travelers are experiencing traffic backups and up to 30 minutes of added travel time from Cle Elum, milepost 85 to the summit, near milepost 52. An estimated time for these backups to clear out is not determined.
Last Updated: 8/25/2019 9:13 PM
From milepost 52 to milepost 85 More
MODERATE IMPACT
I-90
I-90 Both Directions - I-90 milepost 33 to 136 North Bend to Vantage: Due to increased travel drivers will see added travel time on Fridays going eastbound between North Bend and the Cle Elum and on Sundays going westbound between Cle Elum and the summit of Snoqualmie Pass. We also have a number of work zones between North Bend and Vantage, which will cause minor delays this week Monday through Thursday during the day and at night. Please plan for added travel time, especially as we get closer to Labor Day weekend.
Last Updated: 8/24/2019 8:10 PM
From milepost 33 to milepost 136 More
MODERATE IMPACT
I-90
I-90 Northbound - On I-90 east of Blue Heron Park near Moses Lake (milepost 175-176), Monday - THursday from 6 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., expect lane closures and a reduced speed zone of 55 mph where a bridge maintenance crew is repairing the concrete bridge slab edges. Speed limit returns to 70 mph during non-working hours.
Last Updated: 8/23/2019 4:10 PM
From milepost 175 to milepost 176 More
MODERATE IMPACT
US 2
US 2 Both Directions - On US 2/97 between Cashmere and Wenatchee (mileposts 110 to 118) Monday - Thursday from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. expect lane closures and a reduced speed of 45 mph as a WSDOT maintenance crew chipseals the wheel ruts in the roadway. Speed limit returns to 60 mph during non working hours.
Last Updated: 8/23/2019 3:57 PM
From milepost 110 to milepost 118 More
MODERATE IMPACT
US 97
US 97 Both Directions - On US 97 beginning at the junction of SR 970 for 15 miles to Tronson Creek campground, Monday through Thursday, 6 a.m. to 8 p.m., expect one lane, flagger controlled traffic with delays up to 20 minutes in the work zone where the contractor is installing rumble strips, guidepost and pavement markings on the length of the project.
Last Updated: 8/23/2019 3:37 PM
From milepost 150 to milepost 166 More
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