Construction season is kicking off already so if you’re heading across the state this summer, be prepared because work starts in the next couple weeks on several projects to improve sections of roadway from Snoqualmie Pass to Vantage.

Next week, crews will start making
repairs to the bridge over I-90 at the Stampede Pass interchange (exit 62).
This work requires the overpass to be closed from April 4 to June 1. Drivers
will experience nighttime, single-lane closures during the week and nighttime
detours onto the on-and off-ramps Tuesday, April 5, through Thursday, April 7,
while the contractor removes the existing bridge span.
In early April, crews will resume
work to replace sections of the westbound lanes near Cle Elum. The westbound
off-ramp at exit 84 will be closed Monday through Friday
throughout April. From mid-May until mid-June, it will be closed around the
clock. During the off-ramp closure, drivers can access Cle Elum via the Peoh
Road Bridge interchange at exit 85.
Work resumes in mid-April on the I-90
Snoqualmie Pass East project
 from Hyak to Keechelus Dam and from Keechelus
Dam to the Stampede Pass interchange
. In May, crews will resume
rock-blasting closures. Plan for hour-long closures Mondays
through Thursdays, starting an hour before sunset.
In early May, crews will resume
painting the Vantage Bridge to preserve its’ structural integrity. Eastbound drivers will experience delays due to around-the-clock, single-lane
In June, crews will repave the
eastbound lanes between mileposts 67 and 70 near Easton Hill, and the westbound
lanes between mileposts 62 and 64 near Price Creek. Crews will also repave the
eastbound and westbound lanes between mileposts 106 and 122 near Ellensburg.
Drivers will experience delays due to single-lane closures through these work
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