It likely won’t have the same impact as the recent closure of westbound Interstate 90 over the weekend, but a significant change is about to happen on I-90 east of Snoqualmie Pass.
Westbound I-90 drivers have been watching the preparations for this change for months. It’s hard to miss a new two-lane stretch of freeway carved into what used to be rocks, dirt, and trees down Easton Hill.
The new lanes are next to the existing westbound lanes, separated by a jersey barrier. The road then peels away from the westbound lanes and snakes its way over the eastbound direction at the bottom of the hill.
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