Thursday, November 4, 2010

I90 Blasting Wraps Up For Season

Tonight is the last night I90 will be shut down for blasting at Snoqualmie Pass. Construction crews are packing it in for the season. So while you won't have to worry about getting slowed down by construction, you will have to worry about bad weather.

A half-mile detour with narrow shoulders will remain in place through the winter at the Gold Creek bridges near Hyak. Contractor crews will continue to work along the project to prep the area for winter.

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