Interstate 90 (I-90) is the longest transcontinental highway in the United States. The stretch of the freeway in Washington has a length of 297 miles and goes in an east-west direction. The highway includes two bridges that cross Lake Washington and that are amongst the longest in the world. The route goes through the counties of King, Kittitas, Grant, Adams, Lincoln, and Spokane.
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