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City Announces Pothole Strategy

Spokane's Mayor David Condon, Public Works Director Scott Simmons, and new Street Director Gary Kaesemeyer today announced a plan to tackle the many weather-related potholes plaguing Spokane streets. The plan includes several components, including: Additional...

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Nevada Bridges Named Best in Nation

When you think of Nevada, you automatically think of gambling and ... bridges? Well you should. According to the Nevada Appeal, the state's bridges have once again been ranked as the nation’s best. This is the fourth year in a row the American Road and Transportation...

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Area Government Offices Closed Monday

Monday, February 20 is the  Presidents Day holiday. While SRTC will be open, other area government offices will be closed, including Spokane City, City of Spokane Valley, Liberty Lake and the Washington State Department of Transportation. Parking meters don’t have to...

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Mudslide Closes I-90 Near Issaquah

All lanes of westbound Interstate 90 in Western Washington were blocked for several hours this morning after a mudslide trapped 13 cars on the freeway near milepost 19 east of Issaquah. According to the Spokesman-Review, the mudslide happened at about 4:40 a.m., when...

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Bill Aim To Beef Up Security of Transporting Oil

With more crude oil expected to move through our state, Democratic lawmakers are working to toughen rules around oil transportation and raise funding for spill prevention and response efforts. According to the Daily Progress, companion bills currently in the House and...

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