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I-90 - Snoqualmie Pass East - Cabin Creek Interchange to West Easton Interchange (Phase 3)

Timeline: Fall 2021 - Fall 2025
  • Road
  • Pre-construction
  • Kittitas County
Phase 3 is part of a 15-mile corridor improvement project to improve safety and reliability and reduce congestion along I-90 from Hyak to the Easton vicinity. We will increase traffic capacity and improve safety by adding a new lane in each direction, replacing concrete pavement, stabilizing rock…
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I-90 - Snoqualmie Pass East - Hyak to Keechelus Dam (Phase 1)

Timeline: Spring 2009 - Fall 2019
  • Road
  • Completed
  • Kittitas County
Phase 1 was part of a 15-mile corridor improvement project to improve safety and reliability and reduce congestion along I-90 from Hyak to the Easton vicinity.
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I-90 - Snoqualmie Pass East - Keechelus Dam Vicinity to Stampede Pass Interchange (Phase 2)

Timeline: Summer 2015 - Fall 2019
  • Road
  • Completed
  • Kittitas County
Phase 2 was part of a 15-mile corridor improvement project to improve safety and reliability and reduce congestion along I-90 from Hyak to the Easton vicinity.
Project

I-90 - Snoqualmie Pass East - Stampede Pass Interchange to Cabin Creek Interchange (Phase 4)

Timeline: Summer 2026 - Fall 2029
  • Road
  • Not started
  • Kittitas County
Phase 4 is part of a 15-mile corridor improvement project to increase safety and reliability and reduce congestion along I-90 from Hyak to the Easton vicinity.
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I-90 – SR 18 Interchange Improvements

Timeline: 2022 - 2025
  • Road
  • Pre-construction
  • King County
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.

Traffic fatality crashes on Washington public roadways

increased 56% in March 2021 compared to March 2020.

11,906 incidents responded to

by WSDOT’s incident Response teams during the third quarter of 2021, nearly 6% more than same quarter in 2020.

WSF ridership was nearly 5.7 million in the first quarter of fiscal year 2022,

which was 1.6 million (38.3%) higher than the corresponding quarter in FY2021