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I-90 East of Snoqualmie Pass Construction Schedule

Last Updated: 8:45 a.m. Tuesday, June 27, 2017
This page is updated every Friday with a week’s look ahead for construction-related delays on I-90 between North Bend and Ellensburg.

Rock blasting closures
will resume the week of July 10.

North Bend Vicinity 
Mileposts: 34 - 52

  • Friday, June 23 - Friday, June 30 - Eastbound drivers can expect lane closures 24 hours a day from milepost 34 near North Bend to milepost 52 near the summit of Snoqualmie pass. Drivers traveling on Fridays should plan for 30 minutes of added travel time due to increased traffic volumes for the weekend.
  • Friday, June 23 - Wednesday, Aug. 30 - The westbound lanes from milepost 52 near the summit of Snoqualmie Pass to milepost 34 near North Bend will be reduced to two lanes, with one lane shifted around the work zone as crews repair several bridge decks. This traffic shift will remain in place 24 hours a day, 7 days a week until Aug. 30.

Snoqualmie Pass Vicinity
Mileposts: 57 - 69

  • Monday, June 26 - Saturday, July 1 - Daytime intermittent rolling slowdowns in both directions between mileposts 57 to 60 around Keechelus Lake. Nighttime westbound lane closures through the same area.
  • Monday, June 26 - Friday, June 30 - Daytime intermittent rolling slowdowns between mileposts 62 to 69 in both directions. At night, lane closures in both directions through the same location.

Easton
Mileposts: 75 - 76

  • Wednesday, June 28 - Drivers may experience minor delays due to an eastbound lane closure near Easton between milepost 73 to 75 for guardrail repair between 6:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Cle Elum Vicinity
Mileposts: 87-97

  • Friday, June 23 - The westbound lanes will be reduced to one lane from 5 a.m. to 4 p.m. Drivers should plan for up to 30 minutes of added travel time through the construction zone.
  • Monday, June 26 - Friday, June 30 - The westbound lane swill be reduced to a single lane from 8 p.m. to 9 a.m. each night during the week.
  • Monday, June 26 - Friday, June 30 - The westbound Indian John Rest Area will be closed at night from 6 p.m. to 9 a.m. each night as crews pave sections of I-90 near the rest area. A temporary rest area will be available in Cle Elum. Drivers can access the temporary rest area by taking Exit 84 and follow the signs. Drivers need to pay to road signs to find out when the rest area is open and closed.
  • Monday, June 26 – Drivers may experience minor delays due to a lane closure in both directions near Cle Elum at milepost 81 for bridge inspection between 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Tuesday, June 27 – Drivers may experience minor delays due to a westbound lane closure near Cle Elum from milepost 84 to 83 for guardrail repair between 6:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Ellensburg Vicinity

I-82 Mileposts 3 - 4

  • Monday, June 26 - Wednesday, June 28 - The eastbound on-ramp of I-82 at Thrall Road is closed and will reopen in late June as crews make repairs to the bridge deck. Drivers will experience delays due to lane closures through the area. Access to eastbound I-82 can be made from Ellensburg via I-90 eastbound.

US 97 and the Dolarway Intersection Milepost 134

  • Monday, June 26 - Saturday, July 1 - Drivers need to use caution between the hours of 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. each night as traffic will be shifted around the work zone as well as alternating one-way traffic at the intersection. Minor delays are expected.
  • Wednesday, June 28 - Thursday, June 29 - University Way at the US 97 Dolarway intersection will be closed from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. each night. A detour will be in place using SR 10 and US 97. Signs will direct drivers to the detour.

WSDOT offers a number of helpful tools to help you plan your trip across I-90 this summer:

  • Download WSDOT’s free smartphone app to plan your trip across the state.
  • Receive text message alerts about closures and delays by texting the number 468311 with the words "WSDOT Snoqualmie"
  • Tune into the Highway Advisory Radio at 1610 AM and 530 AM
  • Call 5-1-1 from your hands-free device
  • Sign up for email updates
  • Follow us on Twitter @SnoqualmiePass