the hours of 7 p.m. and 6 a.m., Monday through Friday, expect
intermittent lane closures in the vicinity of Flint Rd. so crews can resurface the highway and install a signal system at the intersection. Flint Road is closed from US 2 to the south. A detour is
available. Flint Road is closed to the north between 7pm and 6am, Monday
through Friday. At the Espanola Road intersection Tuesday evening, July 1st,
beginning at about 7 p.m. until paving is completed the following day, expect single-lane, alternating traffic, directed by flaggers.
Havana Street- During overnight
hours, from about 9 p.m. until the following morning at 5 a.m., on and off ramp closures and outside lane closures as crews replace the existing lighting.
end of this off-ramp.
late as 3 p.m., lane restrictions on the Sullivan
Road eastbound off ramp and possibly the left lane of northbound and southbound
Sullivan Road for traffic signal revisions.
plus the southbound off-ramp are open to traffic. The southbound on-ramp
is under construction. Drivers need to use Qualchan Road to access
southbound US 195 during this work. The Qualchan Road intersection and
the Inland Empire Way Intersection are now restricted to southbound access only
(right turn in/right turn out). No left-turns or cross traffic are
allowed. This is a long-term configuration. The Cheney-Spokane Road
interchange is now the northbound US 195 access for these two intersections.
Road right lane will be closed at Sullivan Road for bridge girder repairs. All on and off ramps
will be open.
paving remains followed by paint striping and other final items on a project to resurface the roadway. In general, between the hours of 7 p.m. and 6 a.m.,
drivers should expect single-lane alternating traffic on SR 904 between Four
Lakes and Cheney, directed by flaggers and/or pilot cars with delays. All
lanes will be open during daytime hours.
Trail Extension- Drivers on Freya, north of
Francis, and at the NSC southbound off-ramp roundabout, should be alert for
flaggers directing traffic as trucks enter and exit the work area. During
morning commute hours, southbound NSC drivers should be prepared to stop near
the roundabout and expect some congestion and delays.
southbound through early July for resurfacing.
Sprague Avenue westbound from Thierman to I-90 Overpass – Reduced to two lanes through early July for resurfacing,
stormwater drainage improvements, and sidewalk work.
Sprague Avenue eastbound from the I-90 Overpass to Thierman – Reduced to one lane through early July for resurfacing,
stormwater drainage improvements, and sidewalk work.
Sprague Avenue between University and Herald – Reduced to two
lanes westbound through mid-July for resurfacing.
Sprague Avenue westbound between Vista and Park – Reduced to
two lanes through Thursday, July 3 at 10 p.m. for roadwork.
Trent Avenue beneath the Sullivan overpass – Westbound curb lane closed from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday, June 30 for repairs to the Sullivan
4th Avenue between Thierman and David – Closed through 5 p.m. on Thursday,
July 3 for utility work. Signs redirect traffic via Eastern and 2nd.
Montgomery Avenue at Long – Montgomery just north of Long, and Long
just west of Montgomery are reduced to a single lane until 5 p.m. today and from 7 a.m.to 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 28 for
installation of a turn lane. Flaggers will direct traffic through the
courts for Hoopfest Saturday and Sunday. Expect closures from First to Boone avenues and from
Browne to Lincoln streets. All of downtown will experience traffic
congestion. The 2014 Spokane Regional Road Construction Map shows all the closures here. Zoom in to the downtown area to view them.
from Market to Greene Street. Greene Street will be closed from Broad to Queen
Street. Queen Street will be closed from Haven to Market
Street. Festivities run from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
inspected by Avista on Tuesday, July 2, starting at 7:30 a.m. One lane on the west side,
south bound curb lane will be closed for the work.
Grand Boulevard Construction- McClellan Street between 8th and 9th
Avenue has one lane southbound. Northbound is detoured onto 9th
Avenue over to Cowley. 9th Avenue/Rockwood Boulevard between
Grand Boulevard and the hospital tower is closed with driveway access. Local access only at Cowley and 9th to the hospital.
Southbound on Stevens has access to the medical building on 9th
Avenue. Traffic will be impacted both north and south bound
mainly between 8th and McClellan, 9th and Rockwood, to
Cliff and Grand. This
project will preserve the roadway and upgrade ADA
ramps and curbs and sidewalks.
Cedar Road/Country Homes Boulevard Intersection- This project
will install a traffic signal at the Cedar Road/Country Homes
Boulevard intersection. Traffic is routed along the west 1/2 of Country Homes Blvd. through the Cedar Rd.
intersection with one lane access each way (north and south). Removal of
existing asphalt, concrete curb and sidewalk and water line work begins on
the east 1/2 of the intersection.
Boulevard is closed.
of Mission from Hamilton to Perry Street closed. This project will reconstruct the street by replacing
the asphalt surfacing, including ADA ramps, as needed.
project will remove existing curb/gutter, relocate drainage structures, and cut
and remove asphalt needed to install new curb/gutter on the north-northwest
side of Bismark and create a 35’ road width from Assembly to Driscoll and 32’
from Driscoll to Moore. In addition, the project will install 5’ sidewalk
with 5’ planter strip on Fotheringham from the alley one half block south of
Bismark to Bismark and on Bismark from Fotheringham to the alley one half block
south of Bismark to Bismark. ADA ramps will be installed on all new
sidewalk corners, and on connecting corners where needed.
Ave. allowing the removal of existing curb, sidewalk and asphalt pavement to
begin on the south half. ITS
installation along Colton St. and Dalke Ave. is proceeding. Colton Street from Francis to
Dalke Avenue will be closed for approximately 2 weeks to perform ITS
installation. Dalke Avenue from Division Street to Colton Street will
have an area along the north curb closed for approximately two weeks to perform
project will rehabilitate Francis Avenue from Division to Crestline
Streets. The work is curb to curb and includes installation of ADA curb
ramps, where needed.
signal removal and replacement is underway at the Francis/Freya intersection. Flagging at the
intersection will occur between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. The dedicated right
turn lane will be closed for southbound traffic on Freya Street in order to
construct the new roadway at the northwest corner. All traffic movements
will still be allowed. The right turn onto westbound Francis
Avenue will be routed from the through lane. Additional traffic
congestion is anticipated.
to 2nd Avenue. Third Avenue is reduced to one lane at the
intersection of Arthur. This project is to repave Arthur from I-90 to
2nd Avenue, add sidewalks along the west side of Arthur, and adds
curb ramps and pedestrian lighting to various intersections.