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State transportation officials say drivers can expect delays of up to two hours or more on Snoqualmie Pass this week while crews close a lane of eastbound I-90 to prepare for opening a new section of the highway. The lane will be closed until Friday
Eyman's measure would upend state plans to control congestion and finance costly highway projects using tolls. It also has a provision aimed at preventing Sound Transit from bringing light rail across the Interstate 90 bridge. The chamber's position
56 PM Page modified September 29, 2011 at 9:09 PM Girl's favored charity raises $1.26 million after her death The charity favored by Rachel Beckwith, the 9-year-old Bellevue girl who died in a horrific crash on Interstate 90 in July, raised more than
WSP seeking additional witnesses to Benton City fatal crash The Washington State Patrol's Major Accident Investigation Team is investigating the three-vehicle fatality collision that occurred Sept. 21 in the westbound lanes of Interstate 82 near
Monday, 8 p.m., public hearing before Bellevue City Council at City Hall.
I-10 from immediately east of the SR 90 interchange (Exit 302) to Ocotillo Road (Exit 304). The lane closure is scheduled to remain in effect until Friday (Sept. 30) for reconstruction work along that portion of highway. During this phase of
Interstate 90 has been closed eastbound east of Kittitas in central Washington due to a grass fire and multi-vehicle crash. The Daily-Record newspaper of Ellensburg reports that multiple tractor trailers are involved in the crash 6 miles east of
The motorcycle, a 2004 Aprilia, was on the southbound HOV bypass ramp from I-405 to westbound I-90 when it struck the left barrier of the freeway, the State Patrol said. Both riders were ejected onto the Bellevue Way ramp to the express lanes...
A semi-tractor trailer caught fire on I-90 at Sunset Way in Issaquah about 4 p.m. Two right lanes were blocked, and traffic was backed up for 5.5 miles, according to the state Department of Transportation.
The council approved a preliminary agreement that differs slightly from one approved by the Sound Transit board last month.