Interstate 5 Washington State - Freeway Road Conditions, Weather, and Traffic Web Cams
I-5 including Vancouver, Kelso, Chehalis, Centralia, Olympia, Tacoma, Seattle, Everett, Marysville, Mt. Vernon, & Bellingham


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Vancouver, Washington, courtesy KGW. Mt. St. Helens, courtesy Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument I-5 Tacoma, Washington at SR 512
Vancouver WA
(KGW) (occas. TV feeds)

(Mt St Helens Nat Vol Mon)

I-5 Tacoma @ SR512

North Tacoma, Washington Seattle Seattle
I-5 Puyallup River, Tacoma

I-5 Seattle @Holgate

I-5 Seattle @Mercer

Seattle Mountlake Terrace Everett
I-5 Seattle @NE 45th

I-5 Mountlake Terrace

I-5 Everett

Bellingham Washington



Highways connecting to Interstate 5 Washington featured on

Interstate 5 Oregon
Interstate 84 Oregon (connects in Portland)
Interstate 90 Seattle Washington to Idaho

Interstate 5 (I5) in the State of Washington is the main north - south freeway through western Washington state, stretching from the Portland -Vancouver area at the Columbia River in the south to the Canadian Border and Vancouver, British Columbia at the United States/Canadian border in the north. Total length of the I-5 freeway in Washington State is approximately 280 miles. Websites and travel information for some of the cities along Interstate 5 include:


    Pacific Pride Commercial Fueling Locations    

Click for Pacific Pride locations on Interstate 5 in Washington State


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