Spokane Valley
Fancher Rd. between Sprague and Broadway – Construction continues into early October, weather permitting. Expect reductions to one lane in each direction and narrowed lanes during curb and sidewalk work. Closed for paving from 7:00pm on Saturday, Sept 29 through 6:00am on Sunday, Sept 30 for paving.  Use Havana as an alternative route.

Mission Ave. between Union and Pines – Construction is anticipated to begin on or about Tuesday, Oct 2 and is expected to take about one week to finish, weather permitting. Traffic will be reduced to one lane in each direction around the clock.Vehicles must be removed from the roadway. Vehicles not removed will be towed.

Pines Rd. Sidewalk Infill between 16th and 24th Avenue – Project is expected to begin Oct. 1 and take about six weeks to complete. Expect minor delays between 7:00am and 6:00pm

WSDOT US 2-Division Street/Francis to the “Y”- Lane restrictions with possible slow traffic Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 3-4, during evening and overnight hours to as late as 8 a.m. for pavement crack sealing. Division will be reduced to one through lane near the work.
US 2/Farwell Road Intersection Permanent Striping (MP 295)- On Wednesday and Thursday, October 3-5, from about 7 p.m. to as late as 6 a.m. the following morning, flaggers will direct traffic through this intersection. Expect lane restrictions and possible delays. Crews will be installing permanent inlaid plastic lane markings.

I-90/Geiger Blvd. to Downtown Spokane (Just west of downtown Spokane MP 275-280)-
Pavement grinding is under way from about 7 p.m. until as late as 6 a.m. The legal speed limit is reduced to 50 mph. I-90 may be reduced to one travel lane in each direction depending on the location of the work.

North Spokane Corridor/Parksmith Interchange – The Parksmith Road Interchange is scheduled to open for traffic on Tuesday, October 2nd late in the day. However, some lane or ramp restrictions or temporary ramp closures may be possible over the next few weeks as the contractor completes minor finishing items. A brief ceremony is scheduled for 11 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 2. No traffic impacts are expected on the NSC.

SR 290-Hamilton Street Bridge (MP 1) – Bridge joint repairs from about 9 a.m. until as late as 3 p.m., with the bridge reduced to one southbound lane On Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday (Oct. 1, 3, 4). Be alert for slow traffic and congestion.

US 395-Division Street/Hawthorne & Hastings Road Intersections Permanent Striping (MP 165 & 166)- On Sunday, September 30 at Hawthorne and on Monday, Oct. 1 at Hastings , from about 7 p.m. to as late as 6 a.m. the following morning, flaggers will direct traffic through this intersection. Expect lane restrictions and possible delays as crews install permanent inlaid plastic lane markings.

Spokane City

29th Ave. from High Dr. to Grand Blvd.- The first phase of the project to rehabilitate 29th Ave. from Bernard St. to Grand Blvd. is expected to be complete and reopen to traffic by Friday, Oct. 5. The overall project includes a full depth curb-to-curb rehabilitation of 29th Ave. from High Dr. to Grand Blvd., replacing a 1water main, restriping existing bike lanes, repairing sidewalks on 29th Ave. from Madison to Howard streets, and installing new sidewalks on the north side of 29th Ave. from High Dr. to Lincoln St. The second phase of the project from Bernard St. to High Dr. will begin in 2013.

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