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Is I-90 in Washington state open?

FINAL UPDATE: I-90 WB is now open and chains are required on all vehicles except AWD/4WD.

Is I-90 in Washington state open?

FINAL UPDATE: I-90 WB is now open and chains are required on all vehicles except AWD/4WD.

Can I drive over Snoqualmie Pass?

Snoqualmie Pass has regulated pull-off zones due to the dangers of avalanches in other areas of The Pass. To view Chain Up/Off Zones, click here. Front-wheel drive vehicles must install chains on your two front tires. For rear-wheel drive vehicles, you must have chains on your two back tires.

How long has Snoqualmie Pass been closed?

There have been four-day closures of Snoqualmie Pass in the past, with the most recent one being in 2008. WSDOT data shows that the four-day closure in 2008 started on a day when the snow accumulation was the same as the first day of last week’s closure.

Is Stevens Pass open yet?

Stevens Pass remains closed in both directions. They will update on the pass conditions tomorrow, but as of now there is no estimated time for reopening. Get the latest travel alerts from WSDOT here.

Has Snoqualmie Pass open?

Snoqualmie Pass reopened Sunday evening at 5 p.m. after being closed since Wednesday.

Why do they close I 90 in South Dakota?

On Friday night, South Dakota’s Department of Transportation announced it would be closing Interstate 90 from Chamberlain to the Wyoming state line due to deteriorating weather conditions in the area.

Why are Wa State passes closed?

The main east-west highway in Washington state reopened over the mountain passes after being closed for almost four days due to a winter storm that made travel too dangerous. Jan. 10, 2022, at 9:01 p.m.

How many miles long is Snoqualmie Pass?

The eastern portal of the 2.2-mile-long (3.5 km) Snoqualmie Tunnel is in the CDP at Hyak.

Is Hwy 2 open over Stevens Pass?

Highway 2 is now open from the west side. Today’s operations March 21, 2022: All chairs besides Brooks. Avalanche control is planned for US 2 Stevens Pass starting at 8am. Eastbound traffic will be stopped at milepost 58.5 at Scenic, and Westbound traffic will be stopped at milepost 64.5 near the Summit.

What’s going on with the I-90 interchange in Snoqualmie Valley?

Growth in Snoqualmie Valley has made the I-90/SR 18 interchange one of the busiest in the state, causing backups during peak times and busy travel weekends. To improve traffic flow, WSDOT will build a diverging diamond interchange and add two lanes on SR 18 between the interchange and Deep Creek.

What is WSDOT doing for the I-90 project?

WSDOT held six community briefings in March and April 2019 to update community groups on the project and get their feedback on the design proposals. In April 2019, WSDOT hosted two in-person open houses and an online open house to present designs for the new I-90/SR18 interchange and widening SR 18 to Deep Creek.

What’s new on I-90 in Seattle?

Widened the eastbound I-90 off-ramp to SR 18. Changed the right lanes of eastbound and westbound I-90 to exit-only lanes. Partnered with the city of Snoqualmie to change the lane configuration on southbound Snoqualmie Parkway – making the southbound right lane a right-turn-only lane to the I-90 westbound on-ramp.

What is the I-90/SR 18 interchange project?

As part of the I-90/SR 18 interchange improvement project, WSDOT will also make changes to the intersection at Southeast 104th Street. The proposed configuration will improve safety for drivers entering and exiting the highway at this intersection and benefit traffic flow through the new interchange.