Three lanes of westbound I-90 will be closed beginning Friday at 9:30 p.m. between Bellevue and Mercer Island for road repair.
Here’s a ridiculously long collection of events and traffic snarls happening in the Puget Sound region this weekend.
The state Transportation Department re-opened Cayuse Pass at noon Friday.
The Washington State Patrol says the driver responsible for a crash on Interstate 5 in downtown Seattle left the scene
A regional council says the money will be made available to support the economic recovery of the Stillaguamish valley communities
Bertha, the machine boring the State Route 99 tunnel in Seattle, will not resume digging until the end of March 2015 and that the tunnel will not open until November 2016, according to the Washington State Department of Transportation.
The state Department of Transportation said Friday the 8-inch-diameter pipe was discovered protruding through an opening in the machine’s cutter-head.
The huge machine drilling a highway tunnel under downtown Seattle remains stalled by a mysterious blockage.
The $80 million machine is designed to break up boulders, so what it hit is a mystery. It may be a huge boulder left by the last ice age. Others think it could be a buried rail car from pioneer days when the area was filled in.
The Associated Press found that the DOT regularly puts detailed warnings on its trucking permits when routes are projected to encounter potentially problematic areas of low clearance. But the Skagit bridge — along the crucial I-5 corridor between Seattle and Vancouver, British Columbia — was never added to that group.