Cross-state travelers who use Interstate 90 will need to add extra travel time to their trips now through fall due to several road-improvement projects.
Contractor crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation will repair dozens of bridge decks, stabilize slopes and fix sections of pavement.
“This year, there will be multiple projects along I-90, which means travelers need to be prepared for slowdowns and plan for a longer trip,” said Brian White, WSDOT assistant region administrator for design and construction. “Please stay attentive and be patient while driving between North Bend and Ellensburg.”
Contractor crews will also resume work on the I-90 Snoqualmie Pass East Project to continue building a wider, safer and more reliable stretch of highway between the Cabin Creek and West Easton interchanges. Rock blasting resumes in June and will be complete in the fall. Crews will close I-90 several times a week, one hour before sunset for approximately one hour.
Travelers are encouraged to visit an online open house that provides details on the various construction projects and expected delays.
2023 construction season on I-90 online open house information
When: April to November 2023
Access for participation Free, temporary internet access is available to those who do not have broadband service in locations throughout the state. To find the nearest Drive-In WiFi Hotspot,
Ways to get I-90 travel information
- Check pass conditions, view cameras and travel times
- Check the real-time travel map for current travel impacts
- Sign up for email updates
- Sign up for text message alerts by texting the word START to the number 85107
- Listen to the Highway Advisory Radio at 1610 AM and 530 AM
- Follow us on Twitter @snoqualmiepass
- Download WSDOT’s free smartphone app
[Information provided by the Washington State Department of Transportation]