November 24, 2010 in City, Region

Traffic building on highways, Snoqualmie backed up

Courtesy of SRTMC photo

Traffic was building on Interstate 90 on Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 24, 2010, as seen in this 3:55 p.m. screen grab from the website of Spokane’s Regional Traffic Management Center.
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The Washington Department of Transportation reported that drivers on Interstate 90 over Snoqualmie Pass are see back ups of 10 miles headed east into Eastern Washington.

The agency’s website reports that the slow-going on the pass will add about an hour extra to travel times through about 6 p.m. with snow and ice along the roadway.

Traffic cameras in the region are showing moderate to heavy traffic on highways in the Spokane area.

Lookout and Fourth of July passes on I-90 in Idaho had snow and ice and light traffic at sunset.

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