TRAFFIC ALERT

Courtesy photo WSDOT,

I-90 Westbound, 7:37 a.m. : On the I-90 westbound on-ramp from East Mercer Way there is a disabled vehicle partially blocking the ramp. The Incident Response Team is on the scene.

SR 20 North Cascade Highway milepost 165 to 184, approximately nine miles west of Winthrop, remains closed due to fire activity. There is no estimated time for reopening. There is no local detour. Cross-state travel is available on US 2 and I-90.

Both directions of State Route 164 between 176th Way Southeast and Southeast 413th Place have been closed since Monday, July 12, and will remain closed for 90 days. Signed detours are in place.

I-5 Southbound, from Monday, July 19, to the morning of Friday, July 23, the southbound I-5 right lane between 272nd Street and 320th street will be closed from 8 p.m. to 10 a.m. nightly.

I-5 Northbound, from Monday, July 19, to the morning of Friday, July 23, The NE 145th Street off- ramp to northbound I-5 will close from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. nightly.




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