SPOKANE CITY 37th Avenue, Regal to Custer Streets- The intersection of 37th Avenue and Freya Street opened last night. This work is to reconstruct the road, include pavement replacement, curbs, sidewalk, bike lanes, stormwater piping, and a 36 inch water main.

Adams Street Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) 24 Project- Phase 1 of the Adams Street Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) is complete. Expect lane restrictions from Jefferson to Cedar on Sprague in order to complete punch list items. On Monday, May 15, pipe work will begin in Riverside and Sprague Avenue. Traffic will once again be impacted. This project will construct a 2.4 million gallon Combined Sewer Overflow Tank (CSO) tank and the necessary piping for our Cleaner River Faster Program.

Bridge Avenue and Monroe Street CSO Work- Work on this project has restarted. Lincoln has one northbound lane open. Lincoln southbound is closed at Broadway. This project will construct a Combined Sewer Overflow Tank (CSO) tank. Summit Blvd/Bridge Avenue is closed to traffic.

Division Street Gateway Project, 3rd Avenue to Spokane Falls Boulevard- Division Street and Browne Street have east side lane restrictions from 3rd Avenue to 1st Avenue. This project includes electrical conduit replacement, stormwater updates, asphalt patching, curb and sidewalk replacement and landscaping.

Bloomsday Road Closures- Bloomsday is this Sunday, May 7. The race map is here. On Friday and Saturday, Bloomsday will be providing a shuttle bus service from the Spokane Arena to the Convention Center for packet pickup. no charge for the shuttle, but parking at the Arena is $6.00. Parking is also available at downtown lots and meters all weekend.

On Bloomsday morning, parking is available at the Arena and dozens of lots downtown. Organizers urge those driving to carpool to reduce congestion. In addition, the STA Bloomsday shuttle will run from four satellite locations. Drop off and pickup for the shuttle will be on 1st Avenue between Post and Stevens.

For those not participating, travel through downtown Sunday morning will be available on Ash, Maple, Division/Browne, and Hamilton which remain open all day on Bloomsday. Streets near the start (downtown Spokane) and finish (Monroe Street Bridge) are closed beginning at 5 a.m., and reopen about 2 p.m. Other streets on the Bloomsday course begin closing at 7:30 a.m. and reopen after the final walkers pass. This will be as early as 11 a.m. for Riverside west of Monroe and as late as 2 p.m. for Broadway west of Monroe.

Regular bus riders (not Bloomsday shuttle riders) should note that the Plaza will be closed to bus traffic on Bloomsday morning. All downtown routes will detour and use an alternate boarding and alighting area. Liberty Park Combined Sewer Overflow Tank 33-1- Work continues on 5th Ave. from Arthur to Perry and Denver to Celesta to construct a Combined Sewer Overflow tank.

Martin Luther King Jr. Way Phase 2A, Sherman to Erie Street- Work has restarted on this project to build a route between the downtown area and University District. Improvements include an asphalt pavement street, utility infrastructure, storm drainage, street lighting, street trees and the construction of the Ben Burr trail adjacent to the roadway.

Spokane Falls Boulevard Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO 26) Project– There are traffic changes on Spokane Falls Boulevard and Lincoln Street to accommodate construction of a 2.2 million-gallon concrete CSO tank across from the Downtown Library. Spokane Falls Boulevard from Lincoln to Monroe is closed. Traffic on Lincoln Street from Spokane Falls Boulevard to Main is now redirected southbound. Lincoln is the detour route for traffic coming from the River Park Square garage and Spokane Falls Boulevard for this phase of the project.  Lincoln has two lanes of traffic, and drivers will be required to go east or west at Main Avenue.

Sprague Avenue, Helena Street to Stone Street– Sprague Avenue is closed from Altamont Street through the intersection of Napa Street. Businesses along the East Sprague corridor remain open. Work for this project includes a full street reconstruction, partial sidewalk replacement, bumpouts, landscaping, pedestrian lighting, and utility replacement.

Upriver Drive Combined Sewer Overflow Tank, CSO 41- Upriver Drive is closed from west of Freya to east of Rebecca.  Rebecca is closed from Upriver Drive to south of Ermina for work on the CSO Tank. A detour is in place for the Centennial Trail. WSDOT I-90/Division Street to Altamont Street – On Sunday evening, May 7, beginning at 11 p.m., until as late as 4 a.m. Monday morning, the eastbound Division on- ramp and the eastbound Hamilton off-ramp will be closed for paving.  Beginning on Monday, May 8, eastbound I-90 will be reduced to 2 through lanes 24/7.  Eastbound drivers should expect congestion and delays, especially during commute hours and seek alternate routes.  Also, the eastbound Altamont off-ramp will be closed 24/7.  The eastbound Altamont on-ramp will be closed during the afternoon commute, from 3:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.

US 395/Deer Park Roundabouts- On Tuesday, May 9, from about 9 a.m. until as late as 3 p.m., drivers should be alert for lane restrictions with flaggers directing traffic for surveying activity. SPOKANE VALLEY Buckeye Avenue between McMillan and the City Limits- Full road closure through late May from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily for a road and sewer project.

24th Avenue and Pines Road (SR27)– The southbound lane will be closed from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. for work on a water main. The northbound lane will remain open with flaggers onsite.

Pines between 25th and 26th Avenues– Northbound lane closed with traffic shifted to the center turn lane to repair a broken water main. Completion dependent upon weather conditions.

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Market Street, Houston to Lincoln– Installing curb, sidewalk, ramps, catch basins, drywells, swales, sewer pipe, and repair and replace asphalt. Expect lane closures and restrictions through July.

Ritchey Road Bridge- Removal of the existing bridge and replacement with new one. Road closed through August.

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