14th Ave. from Custer to Carnahan – Lane
restrictions from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday until October 21 for a
stormwater upgrade project.

Adams from Trent to Wellesley – Closed to traffic
until the end of October for sidewalk improvements. 
Drivers will be redirected via Evergreen or Progress.
Indiana between Pines Rd. and Mirabeau Pkwy. – Reduced to one
lane each direction until late-October for street resurfacing.
Sullivan Rd. at the Spokane River bridges – Reduced to one
lane each direction until late October.
Wellesley between St. Charles Rd. and Larch Rd. – Narrowed lanes, delays, and parking restrictions until the end
of October for sidewalk updates and improvements.


US 195 and SR 27 Congestion- On Saturday, October 12,
expect congestion on US 195 and SR 27 between Spokane and
Pullman, plus SR 26 between Vantage and Colfax, as fans travel to and from the
WSU Cougar football game. 

US 2/Vicinity of Deer Heights Road- Monday through Wednesday, October 14-16, from 7 p.m. in
the evening until as late as 6:30 a.m. the following morning, US 2 will be
reduced to one lane in each direction in the vicinity of Deer Heights
Road to install a new water line.  Deer Heights Road access on the south of US 2 will be limited to
right turn in/right turn out from eastbound lanes.  Westbound access to
and from Deer Heights Road will be via Lucas Drive. 
SR 27/32nd Ave. to Trent Ave.- Grind out top layer of
roadway and resurface with Hot Mix Asphalt.  Construct ADA sidewalk ramps.

SR 291/Division Street to the Stevens County Line- Grind out top layer of
roadway and resurface with Hot Mix Asphalt.  Construct ADA sidewalk ramps.

North Spokane Corridor/Francis Avenue Bridge and
Intersection Improvements-
Expect congestion and long delays near the Francis Avenue/Market
Street intersection and the Francis Ave./Freya Street intersection, especially
during morning and afternoon commute hours. Westbound
drivers on Francis should be alert for flaggers directing traffic near the
BNSF railway crossing. 

I-90/ Geiger Blvd.to Sullivan Road in Metro Spokane
Monday through Thursday, October
14-17, from about 9 a.m. to as late as 3 p.m., drivers on eastbound and/or
westbound I-90 in the Spokane area should be alert for left or right lane
and/or shoulder closures with possible congestion and slower traffic. Crews will be insptecting overhead sign structures.

I-90/Division Street to Liberty Park- Replace conduit, poles, wiring, and light fixtures
including installing luminaires on I-90 from Latah Creek to the Hamilton

I-90 Westbound/Liberty Lake-Harvard Road Interchange
I-90 westbound drivers exiting
at Liberty Lake should be alert for congestion, traffic backups, and delays on
the westbound off ramp.  Drivers on Harvard Road should be alert for lane
restrictions, slow traffic, and congestion with possible delays. 

US 195/Cheney-Spokane Road Interchange- Drivers should be alert for
northbound and/or southbound lane restrictions during evening and overnight
hours. Northbound US 195 is reduced to one through lane in
the vicinity of Cheney-Spokane Road.  Northbound drivers need to use
Qualchan Road to access Cheney-Spokane Road.  Northbound drivers should be
alert for possible congestion and slowing traffic.  The southbound off
ramp to Cheney-Spokane Road is now closed so drivers will need to be alert for
southbound highway traffic slowing to make right turns into Cheney-Spokane
Road. This is a long-term construction configuration. 

Lewis and Clark Band Car Wash- Lewis and Clark High School will host a car wash to raise money Saturday, October 12.  Fifth Avenue
will be closed between Washington and Stevens Street from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for
the event.

Main Street Yoga Street Event- Main Street Yoga will
be hosting an opening event from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Saturday, October 12. Main Street will
be closed from Post to Wall. Post will be
closed northbound from Riverside to Main Street. Parking will NOT be allowed at meters along that stretch.

Spokane Marathon, Sunday, Oct. 13-

6:15 a.m. to
9:30 a.m.-

Spokane Falls
Boulevard will be closed from Stevens to Post, Howard and Wall
Street will be closed from Main to Spokane Falls.

7:00 a.m. to
9:30 a.m
.- temporary closures of Lincoln and Monroe Street from Bridge Avenue to Main
Street, temporary closures of Riverside at Cedar, the right hand
lane at Sunset and Government way westbound will be closed.

8:00 a.m. to
1:00 p.m.-
There will be times when traffic is momentarily held up for runners to
cross at

Pettit/TJ Meenach

Greene St. Bridge Work- A project to increase the life of the Greene Street
Bridge over the Spokane River is under way. Anticipate
lane restrictions on the bridge and on Greene Street between South Riverton
Avenue and Upriver Drive. The work on the bridge will improve its load rating,
allowing larger trucks and loads to use the bridge.  The project includes
installing fiber-reinforced polymer to the bridge deck and floor beams. On Sunday October 12th
two-way traffic will be moved from the southbound to the northbound lanes.

Maple St. Bridge Work Starts- Work on installing an
Impact Attenuator (a device intended to reduce the damage to structures, vehicles, and motorists resulting from a motor vehicle collision) begins in the southbound lane of the Maple Street Bridge,
Tuesday, October 15 at 9

Fourth Ave. Work- Fourth Avenue between Lincoln and Wall Street will be
completely closed Wednesday, October 16, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for crane
work on private property.

Stevens Street Avista Work- Stevens Street between Main Avenue and Riverside
Avenue will have two southbound lanes closed 24 hours a day through October 14
for Avista work.

Habitat for Humanity Projects-East 22nd Avenue between Freya Street
and Thor Street will be completely closed Monday, October 14 through October 24
for two Habitat for Humanity projects.  The roadway will be
completely closed to thru traffic with local access provided.  The
sidewalk on the south side of the street will remain open and the detour will
be in place using East 23rd Avenue.

WSU Parking Lot Intersection Work-100 East Spokane Falls Boulevard at WSU’s south
parking lot intersection will be completely closed Friday, October 11 –
24 for installation of a new
concrete intersection. East Martin
Luther King Way will be the detour route.

Crestline Rehabilitation Project Nearly Finished- Paving is currently
underway.  This project will replace the water main in Crestline
from 37th to 57th avenues; provide curb-to-curb
rehabilitation of the street from 44th to 53rd avenues;
and add bike lanes, sidewalks and stormwater swales along the 44th
to 53rd avenue stretch. 

Rockwood Blvd. Rehabilitation- Paving
begins next week with the project being substantially complete in the next
two weeks, weather permitting.  A project to rehabilitate Rockwood
Boulevard from Cowley to Southeast Boulevard and Upper Terrace Road from
Rockwood Boulevard to 17th Avenue continues. Drainage
pipe installation work is occurring at the intersection of 10th
Avenue, Sumner and Rockwood.  Sewer line work will begin, October 11 in
the intersection as well.

Traffic Calming Work Continues-Work on a variety of
improvements to promote traffic calming throughout the City has begun and will
continue through the end of October. The following streets
will be affected:

Illinois – Signs
and striping
Mission, Cook and
Regal – Ramps and striping
Manito Boulevard
and 29th – Ramps and striping
from Bernard to Browne – Sidewalks
Maple from 8th
to 9th  – Bumpouts
Adams Street from
Montgomery to Mansfield – Sidewalks and ADA ramps
Horizon Avenue
and F Street – Sidewalks and ADA ramps
Maple Street from
Chelan to Fairview – Sidewalks and ADA ramps
Ash Street from
Fairview to Cleveland – Sidewalks and ADA ramps

 Sewer Tank Construction- Construction on a 1 million
gallon tank to reduce overflows from combined sanitary and stormwater sewers on
the west side of Ray Street at 21st Avenue is underway.
On Wednesday October 16th
from 9AM to 3PM southbound Ray Street will be reduced to one lane from 19th
Avenue to 22nd Avenue.  Parkwood Drive will be closed from
Green Street to Ray Street. 

Liberty St. Construction- Construction to
rehabilitate Liberty from Oak Street to Ash Place and Ash Place from Liberty to
Dalton is beginning.  The road is closed with local access only.

Post Street Closure- Post Street near
City Hall is closed for Avista work
on City Hall Plaza and new crossing work between City Hall Plaza and Riverfront
Park.  Crews will use this closure to work on sidewalks at the southwest
corner of the Post Street bridge, a new Centennial Trail connection into
Riverfront Park, additional sidewalk work on the west side of Post Street and
for the re-striping of Post street.

Fiske St. Construction- This
project will pave Fiske Street from 19th to 17th avenues, install curbs,
sidewalks and ADA curb ramps, where needed, and replace current or
install new stormwater drainage, where needed.  The project will place pavement between the existing curbs on
Fiske from 17th to 18th and install new curbs and
sidewalks, and pave on Fiske from 18th to 19th.  Full road closure on Fiske between 17th Street and 19th

Third Ave. Division to Arthur- Work to rehabilitate Third
Avenue from Division east to Arthur continues.  The project also
includes replacing a 12-inch water main.  Local access to businesses will
be maintained.  Work will continue into October. Arthur and Sherman
continue to be the detour routes with periodic closures on one or the other
street as needed.Paving the final lift on
the north half for Third Ave. is expected to take place the week of October 14th.

Bruce Road- Work expected to be complete by or on October 11.

Cheney Plaza Bridge- This bridge, located off Nealy Rd., is closed with a one lane bypass open. Expect delays.

Pittsburg Road- Pittsburg Rd. off U.S. 2 is closed for sewer work.

Johansen Road- Road closed from Prairie View Elementary School to Northview Lane for sidewalk installation and road widening.


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