WSDOT
US 2/STEP Access Roundabout, west end of Airway Heights- Construct a new roundabout intersection to the west of Craig Road for access to the new STEP casino development and add improvements at the Craig Road intersection. US 2 is now routed through temporary lanes around the work zone. Eastbound traffic is reduced to one lane and westbound traffic continues to have two lanes. Be alert for trucks entering and exiting the roadway. The legal speed is 35 MPH.

Paving and ADA Improvements on US 2/Francis Ave to Division Wye – Crews are grinding and paving at night. Be alert for nightly lane closures and sidewalk restrictions. Daytime lane restrictions occur northbound 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. and southbound 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.  Nighttime lane restrictions occur 7 p.m. to 6 a.m., all directions. Major paving should wrap up prior to the holiday weekend.

US 2/Deer Road to Colbert Road Paving and turn lane improvements- Be alert for nighttime lane closures on US 2 and SR 206.  Nighttime traffic on US 2 is reduced to one lane in each direction from just South of Deer Rd. to North of Colbert Rd. Westbound traffic on SR 206 near the intersection with US 2 is reduced to one lane.

SR 27-Pines Road/UPRR Crossing- Union Pacific railroad crossing work just north of I-90. On Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 2-3, be alert for flaggers directing traffic.

I-90 Westbound/Lincoln Street Interchange-Gateway- Landscaping enhancements. Be alert for congestion at the I-90 westbound Lincoln Street off ramp. One lane of the ramp is closed and one lane on Lincoln St. will be closed during this project.  Work hours are 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.

I-90 Eastbound/Liberty Lake Interchange- Liberty Lake Road restoration. Be alert for congestion and delays at the I-90 eastbound on and off ramps, Appleway, and Liberty Lake Road intersection.  General project work hours are 7 p.m. to 5 a.m.

SR 290/Mission to Sullivan Road- Asphalt paving and bridge deck repair. From about 7 p.m. until as late as 6 a.m., mainline grinding and paving will be underway. Expect lane restrictions with slow traffic and possible congestion.

NSC-US 395/Freya Structures- Construct two mainline freeway bridges over Freya Street. Be alert for occasional traffic control at the Freya roundabouts.

NSC-US 395/North of Spokane River- North of the Spokane River adjacent to Greene Street between Jackson and Marietta Avenues, the City of Spokane is placing surplus fill material for future NSC construction.

SR904/Mullenix Road to Betz Road- Asphalt paving and sidewalk ADA improvements. Be alert for possible intermittent lane restrictions.

SPOKANE COUNTY Craig Road Improvement Project, Medical Lake-Four Lakes Rd. to SR-902- Overlay of the existing Asphalt. Construction starts September 11 with the road closed to traffic for two weeks.

Market Street, Houston to Lincoln- Installing curb, sidewalk, ramps, catch basins, drywells, swales, sewer pipe, repair and replace asphalt. Market is open but flaggers may be present through September 14.

Monroe Street Improvements, Francis to Greta- Removing/abandoning existing drainage structures, installing catch basins, pipe, sidewalk, curb, reconstructing a traffic signal, asphalt grind, repair and repave. Monroe is open but Wall Street at Monroe is closed for intersection work.

Wall Street from Weile Avenue to Monroe Street- Lane closed (Southbound, Right Lane), along with sidewalk and bike lane to install fire hydrant at Linwood Elementary on the west side of Wall Street from Holy Family Cemetery. Closure goes through September 8.

SPOKANE VALLEY
Euclid Avenue between Tschirley Road and Barker Road- Road/sewer project.  Road closed around the clock through late September.

Saltese Road, 16th Avenue to 24th Avenue- Street Preservation Project. Road closed 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily through the end of September.

Pines Road, 32nd Avenue to 40th Avenue/40th Avenue east of Horizon Middle School/ Whipple Road between Loretta Drive and 34th Avenue- Pipe replacement. Flaggers on site 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. through September 8.

SPOKANE CITY
Adams Street Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) 24 Project– This project will construct a 2.4 million gallon CSO tank and piping for our Cleaner River Faster Program. Here’s it affects traffic and parking:

  • Adams Street between 1st and Sprague is reduced to one lane on the east side of the road. There is no on street parking.
  • 1st Avenue is reduced to one lane eastbound in the furthest south lane. There is no on street parking from Cedar to just short of Jefferson Street.
  • Sprague is closed to all westbound traffic from Jefferson to Cedar. Eastbound traffic is permitted on Sprague from Adams to Jefferson for local residents and KHQ employees only. No on street parking from Jefferson to Cedar Street, with the exception of those currently available.
  • Westbound Riverside is open and serves as the detour route for the Sprague closure.
  • Eastbound Riverside will remain closed from Cedar to Jefferson Street. Local access and parking is permitted via westbound Riverside.

Spokane Falls Boulevard Closure- Spokane Falls Boulevard from west of Post Street to Lincoln Street will be closed starting at 5:30 a.m. on Friday, September 8 in order to provide room for Avista to dredge the Spokane River in that area.

Barnes Road from Strong Road to Phoebe Street– Strong Road from Rustle to Phoebe is closed to traffic to install a 12-inch water line, new pavement, curb, sidewalk and drainage facilities. Crestline Street Lane Reduction– Work on the Crestline Street lane reduction project between Euclid and Francis Avenue started Tuesday, September 5. Traffic is reduced to one lane each direction. This project will be completed in late fall and includes lane restriping and sign installations.

Division Street Gateway Project, 3rd Avenue to Spokane Falls Boulevard- The remaining work is focused on the intersections of 3rd Avenue and Division Street, Sprague Avenue and Division Street and Spokane Falls Boulevard and Division Street. This project includes electrical conduit replacement, stormwater updates, asphalt patching, curb and sidewalk replacement and landscaping.

Hatch Road Bridge Work– Crews are painting the Hatch Road Bridge. Expect flaggers and delays. O-07C & CSO 34-1 Control Facilities– Riverside Avenue between Magnolia and Napa Street is closed. I-07c work is to construct a 200,000 gallon Combined Sewer Overflow Tank and CSO 34-1 work is to construct a 1.5 million gallon CSO tank.

Liberty Park Combined Sewer Overflow Tank 33-1- Work continues with traffic impacts on 5th Ave. from Arthur to Perry and Denver and Celesta.  This work is to construct a 2 million gallon Combined Sewer Overflow Tank. Lincoln Gateway- The south lane of 3rd Avenue will be closed at Lincoln Street until Friday, September 1. This work includes landscaping improvements at the westbound I-10 Lincoln Off-Ramp.

Regal-Bemis-Shaw Pedestrian Safety Improvements- Crews are working at Regal and Rich, Garland and Cook, Empire and Stone and then proceeding on Stone from Empire to Bridgeport. This project includes sidewalks, bumpouts, ADA curb ramps, storm drainage upgrades, pavement replacement and signage at specific locations.

Spokane Falls Boulevard Combined Sewer Overflow Tank (CSO 26) Project- Significant downtown 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 to traffic.
  • Lincoln Street from Spokane Falls Boulevard to Main is open with traffic redirected southbound. Lincoln is the detour route for traffic coming from the River Park Square garage and Spokane Falls Boulevard.  Lincoln has two lanes and drivers are required to go east or west at Main.

Wednesday, September 6 there will be a right hand lane closure on southbound Lincoln Street for Avista gas line work from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m.  Monday, September 11 through Wednesday, September 13 from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. crews will be doing a water tap from southbound Monroe Street into the jobsite on Spokane Falls Boulevard. One lane southbound on Monroe St will be open and north bound Monroe will be completely closed. The detour will be Main Street to Washington Street.

Sprague Avenue, Helena Street to Stone Street– Work for this project includes a full street reconstruction, partial sidewalk replacement, bumpouts, landscaping, pedestrian lighting, and utility replacement. Ivory Street is reduced to one lane in each direction.

TJ Meenach Combined Sewer Overflow Tank, CSO I-03- This project will construct a 1.4 million gallon Combined Sewer Overflow Tank (CSO) tank and piping to the east of TJ Meenach Drive, below Northwest Boulevard. Grace Avenue will be closed from Alberta to Cochran Street until December. TJ Meenach Drive is closed from Northwest Boulevard to Pettit Drive until approximately Friday, September 15.

Upriver Drive Combined Sewer Overflow Tank, CSO 41– Upriver Drive is open from west of Freya to east of Rebecca.  Rebecca remains closed to from Upriver Drive to south of Ermina. A detour is in place for the Centennial Trail.

WSDOT Division (US 2) Paving, Francis Avenue to Division Wye- Crews will continue nighttime paving between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m.; be alert for nightly lane closures and sidewalk restrictions. Some daytime work will also cause lane restrictions; northbound lane restrictions between 6 a.m. and 3 p.m. and southbound lane restrictions between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m.

North Spokane Corridor- WSDOT closed Marietta Avenue from Ralph to Greene Street for North Spokane Corridor (NSC) work. The Marietta Avenue intersections at Ralph and Greene Street is not affected.

Trent Avenue (SR 290) Paving, Mission Avenue to Sullivan Road- WSDOT is working on a paving project on Trent Avenue from Mission to Sullivan Road. Crews will be working night shifts from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m.

West Plains Chlorine Injection Station– Geiger Boulevard from Thomas Mallen to Hayford is closed. This section of road is located in Spokane County. Work includes construction of a new chlorine injection station.

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