Removed by 2006, this trailblazer posted along Business Loop I-90 (old U.S. 10) preceded the shift of the business loop (SR 903) southeast from 1st Street in Cle Elum, Washington. Photo taken by Mark Bozanich (06/99).
Reassurance marker for Business Loop I-90 west at the Ellensburg city center on Main Street north between 1st and 2nd Avenues. Photo taken by Jeff Royston (08/29/09).
Business Loop I-90 turns west from Main Street onto University Way in the Ellensburg, Washington city center. This older design shield was still posted as of 2012. Photo taken by Mark Bozanich (05/99).
Reassurance sign for Business Loop I-90 & SR 171 north posted at Broadway and Driggs Drive in Moses Lake, Washington. Stand alone shields replaced this assembly by 2012. Photo taken by Mark Bozanich (05/99).
Business Loop I-90 overlaps with Washington 171 north from I-90 to the Moses Lake city center. SR 171 and Broadway Avenue branch north from the loop to SR 17 north for interests to Ephrata and Soap Lake. Business Loop I-90 meanwhile transitions onto Pioneer Way back to the south. Note the erroneous tri-color shield for BL I-90. Photo taken by Jeff Royston (07/15/13).
U.S. 2 separates from I-90 west along a short freeway spur northeast of Spokane International Airport (GEG) to Sunset Highway and Airport Drive. Sunset Highway (old U.S. 2) merged with Business Loop I-90 (Sunset Boulevard) leading east into West Spokane. Photo taken by Jeff Royston (07/15/13).
Guide signs on U.S. 2 west are the only remaining signs referencing the Spokane Business Loop for I-90.
Maple Street south between the former Business Loop I-90 couplet of West 2nd and 3rd Avenues in Spokane, Washington. This sign was removed by 2006. Photo taken by Mark Bozanich (08/00).
Ramsey Road travels south over Interstate 90 at Exit 11. Business Loop I-90 in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho began at this interchange.<br>
The overhead pictured here was adjusted by 2012 to remove the business loop shield. Photo taken 09/02/06.
Trailblazers posted along Highway 10 West ahead of Park Street, where Business Loop I-90 overtakes old U.S. 10 & 89 to the Livingston, Montana city center. U.S. 89 bypasses the city via I-90 and U.S. 191 to the south but otherwise connects Livingston with Yellowstone National Park. Photo taken 07/09/08.
Older shield styles previously posted along Park Street west at the Business Loop I-90 (old U.S. 10) westbound split with old U.S. 89 in Livingston, Montana. This assembly was replaced by 2016. Photo taken 07/09/08.
Business Loop I-90 (Main Street) east at Montana Secondary 532 and 1st Avenue in Downtown Laurel. U.S. 310 formerly began here, but now starts 0.4 miles to the south at Interstate 90 and U.S. 212. As of 2016, two shields still allude to the original terminus. Photo taken 08/08/16.
Northbound Montana 3 (27th Street) at Business Loop I-90 (Montana Avenue) east in Billings, Montana. Business Loop I-90 follows Old U.S. 10 along a one-way couplet of Montana Avenue east and First Avenue North west through Downtown.
The weather worn shield for Business Loop I-90 here was replaced by 2011. Photo taken 07/09/08.
Business Loop I-90 splits from Interstate 90 & U.S. 212 east to overtake old U.S. 10 along Laurel Road through west Billings. The pull through panel was replaced with a truck route sign for Exit 452, but the sign for Exit 446 remains as of 2015. Photo taken by Andy Bagley (01/00).
Older overheads with demountable copy remained in service at the Business Loop I-90 westbound turn from 1st Avenue North to Division Street south in Billings. These signs were replaced by 2013. Photo taken 07/09/08.
Older shields posted at the turn of Business Loop I-90 from 3rd Street East (old U.S. 87) to Center Avenue in Downtown Hardin. This assembly was replaced by 2009, coinciding with the demolition of the adjacent business. Photo taken 07/09/08.
Along the northern tier of Wyoming, Interstate 90 intersects five business loops, one each for Sheridan, Buffalo, Gillette, Moorcroft and Sundance. Each of these routes overlap with U.S. highways. Here, shortly after entering the Equality State along with U.S. 87, eastbound Interstate 90 reaches Exit 20 for Business Loop I-90 & Business U.S. 14-87 (Main Street) into Sheridan. Photo taken 07/04/08.
Wyoming 330 (West 5th Street) intersects Business Loop I-90 & U.S. 14-87 Business (Main Street) north of the Sheridan business district. WYDOT signs most routes very well, including off-Interstate business loops and U.S. business routes. Photo taken 07/04/08.
A rare occurrence of when two Interstate business routes overlap on the same stretch of roadway, Business Loop I-25 & 90 travel southward to the city of Buffalo, Wyoming. U.S. 87 Business runs in tandem with BL I-25 to the south end at Exit 298. Photo taken 06/28/12.
Within Downtown Gillette, Business Loop I-90 shares pavement with U.S. 14-16 & Wyoming 59 along Second Street. The four routes are well-signed through the city center, including this shield assembly posted along eastbound Second Street near Gillette Avenue. Photo taken 06/30/12.
This sign directs motorists on 1st Street east to Gillette Avenue for the Gillette Business Loop. Gillette Avenue bisects the city center south from Business Loop I-90 (2nd Street). Photo taken 06/30/12.
Guide sign posted at the ramp end of Exit 153 for Business Loop I-90 & U.S. 14-16 east into the Crook County, Wyoming town of Moorcroft. A replacement made here by 2016 incorrect displays the business loop with a tri-color I-90 shield. Photo taken 06/30/08.
Interstate 90 east approaches Exit 185 for Business Loop I-90 & U.S. 14 east to Sundance, U.S. 14 west to Devils Tower and Hulett and Wyoming 116 south to Upton. The business route serves the Crook County seat along a 3.9 mile course. Photo taken 12/28/12.
The first confirming marker for Business Loop I-90 as the route led away from Interstate 90 & U.S. 14 and 85 through North Spearfish, South Dakota. This assembly was replaced by 2012 with a stand lone shield for just the business route. Photo taken 07/07/08.
Business Loop I-90 is fully posted at each end point in Sturgis, South Dakota. This assembly stands at the westbound off-ramp to Lazelle Street. Photo taken 08/12/16.
Trailblazers for Business Loop I-90 west and Interstate 90 formerly posted along Main Street at West Boulevard in Rapid City, South Dakota. West Boulevard leads directly to Interstate 190 north while Main Street transitions to two-way traffic beyond nearby Halley Park. This shield assembly was replaced by 2011. Photo taken 07/06/08.
South Dakota 240 concludes a 40.03 mile route at the east end of Business Loop I-90 in Wall. The Badlands Loop follows former Alternate U.S. 16 south and east to I-90 at Cactus Flat. The Wall business loop angles northwest from Glenn Street nearby to intersect Main Street, three blocks south of the famous Wall Drug. Photo taken 08/13/10.
Causeways carry a portion of both Interstate 90 and Business Loop I-90 across Lake Francis Case of the Missouri River between Oacoma and Chamberlain, South Dakota. Bridges span the eastern third of the lake, which was formed in 1953. Photo taken 08/12/16.
Business Loop I-90 splits with SD 37 north for Havens Avenue east across Mitchell, South Dakota. Photo taken by Jeff Morrison (06/26/06).
This assembly for Business Spur I-90 & SD 115 south was located on Cliff Avenue southbound by St. Michaels Cemetery. The business route was relocated from Cliff Avenue south of Benson Road, and North Drive west to Minnesota Avenue in the early 2000s. The change took place when Cliff Avenue was widened and realigned south of 34th Street North. Photo taken by Ed Wilson (08/00).