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I was wondering the same thing so did some research on the Washington State Department of Transportation website and here is what I found:

 

  • This project in both directions of I-90 will be adding capacity to the roadway. They estimate the improvements will provide relief for almost 150,000 travelers who use this stretch every day.

 

  • The projects main objective is to add auxiliary lanes and build sound walls to minimize the effects of road noise.

 

  • What is an auxiliary lane and how will it help? The auxiliary lane is an extra lane added between closely spaced interchanges which gives drivers more time and space to enter or exit the roadway. They will be located on the outside of the existing lanes in both

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Release Date: August 26, 2019

 

As we shared earlier this month, construction on the Issaquah-Fall City Road project is expected to begin today, Monday, Aug. 26, and last for about two years. Work over the next couple weeks will be limited and is expected to have little impact on traffic conditions in the area. We will continue to provide regular updates as additional construction activities are scheduled.

SE Issaquah-Fall City Road will remain open throughout construction, except during the 8-month closure between 247th Pl SE and Klahanie Dr SE during bridge construction. Traffic control and flaggers will be present to direct traffic through the work area. Expect some potential delays, noise, dust, and vibration during

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