- Construction is scheduled to resume this spring.
Why is WSDOT
replacing concrete lanes on I-90?
The concrete pavement along this nine-mile westbound section of I-90 is more than 45 years old and is deteriorating due to heavy traffic and harsh winter weather.
The End Result
This project will replace the concrete lanes and asphalt shoulders.
When work is complete, new lanes and shoulders will provide a better ride and is expected to last for the next 50 years.
What is the project timeline?
Oaks Avenue to Peoh Road Bridge
Scheduled Construction - July 2015 - Summer 2016
Peoh Road Bridge to Elk Heights
Scheduled Construction - Spring 2016 - Summer 2017
Project signage will reflect the cost of construction engineering, project bid award and sales tax.
State and Federal sources: $40,163,660
How can I get more information?
Jeff Minnick, WSDOT project engineer
Meagan Lott, WSDOT communications
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