More than 15 miles of cracked and damaged concrete on Interstate 90 between Issaquah and North Bend will soon be repaired as crews begin work on a new, two-year project
Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) contractor crews from Acme Concrete Paving Inc. will preserve this critical east-west route by repairing cracked and chipped
pavement and replacing the concrete damaged beyond repair.
Work on the $21.7 million project begins May 7.
Over the next two years, crews will also pave the outside shoulder; 10 on- and off-ramps; and lay down new concrete on the eastbound I-90 Winery Road bridge and the westbound I-90 Raging River bridge.
Drivers should plan for the following during the project:
- Single and double lane closures during the day
- Up to three lanes closed overnight
- Around-the-clock shoulder closures
- Overnight ramp closures
- Speed limit reduced to 55 mph
Check the King County construction page
for upcoming I-90 closure details.
Summer travel on I-90
This project is one of four on I-90 between Issaquah and Ellensburg. Travelers should plan for construction delays:
- East of North Bend, where crews are repairing bridge decks and replacing concrete.
- East of Snoqualmie Pass summit, where crews are widening I-90.
- In Easton, Thorp and Ellensburg, where crews are repaving several of the I-90 interchanges.
For more information, travelers can check the state travel map