The northern-most interstate, I-90, is also perhaps the most popular in terms of auto transportation. Running the entire length of the United States, it originates in the west in Seattle, Washington and heads east all the way to Boston, Massachusetts. I-90 passes through several metropolitan areas including Spokane, Coeur d’Alene, Billings, Sioux Falls, Chicago, Cleveland and Buffalo. As it runs through the northern states in the U.S., many carriers will travel along I-90 during the spring and summer, and eschew it for warmer climates come winter when the snows start falling.
The last of the main interstates running Idaho, Interstate 84 is perhaps the least popular due to its relatively short route length. It runs from Portland, Oregon, east through several smaller cities in Oregon before turning southeast and going through Boise and Twin Falls before heading almost directly south into Salt Lake City, where it terminates. Carriers will run along I-84, primarily along the occasionally-popular Salt Lake City to Portland route, but on the whole carriers like to avoid I-84 because it passes only through three major cities in Portland, Boise and Salt Lake City.
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