GALLERY: I 90 Eastbound Traffic Report Cleveland Ohio
From Seattle, the highway runs eastward through Spokane and the Idaho panhandle to cross the Continental Divide over Homestake Pass just east of Butte, Montana. Farther east, I-90 passes through Wyoming and western South Dakota before entering Sioux Falls. After traversing Minnesota, I-90 crosses the Mississippi River at LaCrosse, Wisconsin, and continues to the Badger State's capital, Madison. Until I-90 crosses the Wisconsin-Illinois state line, it is a toll-free Interstate. East of that border, much of I-90 follows several toll roads, many of which predate the Interstate Highway System. These include the Jane Addams Memorial Tollway and the Chicago Skyway in northeastern Illinois and Chicago. From there, I-90 follows the Indiana Toll Road and Ohio Turnpike across the northern sections of their respective states to the Greater Cleveland area. I-90 is not tolled through Northeast Ohio and through Northwestern Pennsylvania near Erie. The highway is tolled again as it follows the New York State Thruway, although it does use brief free sections near Buffalo and Albany before crossing into Massachusetts. In the Bay State, I-90 follows the Massachusetts Turnpike to Boston where it terminates at the airport east of I-95.