Central Washington Cameras

Alerts

As of 6/25/2018 8:30 AM
Blocking Incidents
  • SR-410 is open. Both directions of SR 410 will alternate through a single lane until the end of June due to a construction project near Crystal Mountain. Travelers should be prepared for minor delays between Enumclaw and the SR 123 junction.
Construction Closures
  • On SR 28 at Rock Island Dam Monday only 8 a.m. to 12 p.m., expect alternating one-lane flagger/pilot car controlled traffic with up to 30 minute delays to finish chip sealing.
  • I-90 North Bend to Vantage Bridge: The westbound lanes are shifted between the summit of Snoqualmie Pass and the Denny Creek vicinity 24/7. Expect lane closures this week 24 hours a day eastbound between North Bend and the summit of Snoqualmie Pass. Near Snoqualmie Pass lanes will be reduced to a single lane at night through Saturday morning. Maintenance work this week will require lane closures in the North Bend, Denny Creek, summit, Easton and Cle Elum areas during the day.
  • On SR 17 from Airway Drive to Randolph Road in Moses Lake.
    Tuesday to Wednesday. Expect less than 20 minute delays for alternating one-lane flagger/pilot car controlled traffic, lane shifts, intersection traffic control, and shoulder closures to perform chip seal and fog sealing operations.
  • On SR 17 from the Junction of SR 282 east of Ephrata to the junction with US 2 near Coulee City, Thursday ONLY. Expect less than 20 minute delays for alternating one-lane flagger/pilot car controlled traffic, and intersection flagging to perform utility adjustments.
  • On US 97 near Sun Cove between Orondo and Chelan Falls Monday - Thursday 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. expect shoulder closures and alternating single-lane flagger controlled traffic with up to 20 minute delays for placing surfacing material, paving, and other work to install a new turn lane at Brays Road.
  • On US 97 north of Blewett Pass Monday through Thursday 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., expect up to 15 minute delays with alternating single lane flagger controlled traffic to replace guardrail through the Ruby Creek curves.
  • US-12 milepost 198 to milepost 199: Eastbound, Friday June 22 through Saturday August 4, traffic will be reduced to a single lane 7 days a weeks, 24 hours a day. Traffic should anticipate minor delays.
  • On SR 17 at the Junction of US 2 north to SR 174-Leahy Junction.
    Wednesday - Thursday. Expect less than 5 minute delays for mobile striping operations.
  • On SR 17 in Downtown Soap Lake Monday & Tuesday, expect less than 20 minute delays for alternating one-lane flagger/pilot car controlled traffic, lane shifts, intersection flagging, and shoulder closures to perform chip seal and fog sealing operations.
    Wednesday & Thursday, expect less than 5 minute delays for mobile striping operations.
  • On SR 285 in downtown Wenatchee starting 8 p.m. Sunday each night through 6 a.m. Friday morning expect single lane closures on Mission St. and North Wenatchee Avenue where crews are installing new ADA sidewalk ramps and preparing the 4 mile stretch for paving.
  • Forest Service Rd. 1284 to White Pass & SR 123 US 12 to Lewis County Line-Paving. US 12 MP 148.95 to MP 151.05, SR 123 MP 0.01 to MP 2.50
    Monday June 25 through Thursday June 28, during daytime hours, traffic should be prepared for a pilot car operation with flaggers alternating one-way traffic in the vicinity of MP 149 to MP 151. Drivers should anticipate 20 minute delays.
  • US-12 milepost 166 near the Rimrock Tunnel to milepost 176 near Windy Point both directions: Monday June 25 through Thursday June 28 from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Crews will be working on pavement markings. Travelers can expect lane closures with pilot car alternating traffic, delays up 15 minutes.
Special Events
  • None reported