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Interstate 90 Trail

One of urban King County's most important regional routes, this paved trail follows Interstate 90 across Lake Washington to link the cities of Seattle and Bellevue.

One of urban King County's most important regional routes, this 10-mile paved trail follows Interstate 90 across Lake Washington to link the cities of Seattle and Bellevue. The trail begins at South Holgate Street (with access across I-5) on the new link through Dr. José Rizal Park on Beacon Hill, with its views toward downtown Seattle and Elliott Bay. The trail continues eastward to Lake Washington where it crosses on the I-90 floating bridge to Mercer Island. At Mercer Island the trail passes through Aubrey Davis Park (formerly the Park on the Lid) and continues by way of the extensively landscaped freeway corridor to Bellevue and Mercer Slough Nature Park. Connecting trails and on-road routes provide access through Bellevue and to points north and south along Lake Washington. The trail continues to Factoria. An easterly segment also provides connections from Eastgate. The trail is managed by the Washington State Department of Transportation.

Outdoor Recreation Interstate 90 Trail
One of urban King County's most important regional routes, this paved trail follows Interstate 90 across Lake Washington to link the cities of Seattle and Bellevue.
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