from about 7 p.m. until 5 a.m. the following morning, expect
lane restrictions in various lanes with possible congestion. Work should take about two weeks.
evening and overnight hours, be alert for intermittent
right-lane closures and possible closures of the eastbound Altamont off-ramp as crews replace lighting, poles and wiring.
alert for eastbound and westbound left lane closures for repairs to the center median barriers.
eastbound I-90 will be reduced to two lanes and the eastbound Altamont
on-ramp will be closed for repairs to the pedestrian overpass.
Intersection Improvements- The dedicated right turn lane for SB traffic on Freya Street is closed to construct
the new roadway at the northwest corner. All traffic movements are allowed, but the right turn onto westbound Francis Avenue has to be done
from the through lane. Market Street has single lanes in each direction
through the Market/Francis intersection on the west half of Market
Street. Francis Avenue is operating as single lanes in each direction on
the new bridge. The south side of the bridge along the traffic barrier is
designated for the movement of bicycles and pedestrians.
vicinity of Flint Rd. for resurfacing of the highway and
installation of a signal system at the Flint Road Intersection.
195/Hatch Road to Cheney-Spokane Road ITS- Possible shoulder and/or intermittent lane restrictions to construct a fiber optic link along US 195 from Hatch
Road to Cheney-Spokane Road. This will add four new traffic cameras and
traffic volume monitoring equipment.
through traffic at the new ramp intersection (between Cenex and Secure-It
Storage). The US 195/Cheney-Spokane Road intersection will remain open
for access to Cenex ONLY. All access to Cheney-Spokane Road through
traffic and businesses (other than Cenex) will be via Qualchan Road, about one
mile to the south. Anticipate increased traffic at
Qualchan Road with possible delays during commute hours.
area from Boone to Spokane Falls Boulevard from Calispel to Howard will close
at 8:30 a.m.
area from Spokane Falls Boulevard to Riverside from Bernard to Stevens will
close at 9:30 a.m.
area from Spokane Falls Boulevard to Main from Stevens to Lincoln will close at
a.m. Vehicles will be towed from
bagged meters at 7 a.m. in the parade area.
be shut down for approximately 6 hours between 8:30 a.m. and 3 p.m., Tuesday, May 13 to
replace three power poles and a transformer.
Hawthorne Road just west of North Nevada Street will be closed on Monday, May
12 through Saturday, May 17 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Comcast
will be installing conduit across Hawthorne Road.
south of 2nd Ave will be closed Monday, May 12, before 5
a.m. This will require short duration stops, between 5-10 minutes, for
utility work. The stops will be controlled by flaggers.
to Wednesday, May 14 for private onsite sewer and water
project will rehabilitate Francis Avenue and includes installation of ADA curb ramps, where
needed. Traffic is
open on the south side of Francis with one lane in each direction.
Underground catch basins are being installed on the north side of the street.
southbound traffic. There is no direct access to Palouse Highway. Palouse is closed to traffic just east of Regal. The Palouse Highway is expected to reopen by May 28.
signal removal and replacement will occur at the Francis/Freya intersection
with construction continuing for approximately one month. The right
turn lane will be closed for southbound traffic on Freya Street. All traffic movements
are still allowed. Traffic
congestion is expected.
Street will be closed from 5th Avenue to 2nd
Avenue. Third Avenue will be reduced to one lane at the intersection of
Arthur. The street will be repaved from I-90 to 2nd
Avenue, sidewalks added along the west side of Arthur, and curb ramps and
pedestrian lighting added at various intersections.
Argonne Road from Broadway Ave. to Sprague Ave. – Reduced to one lane
southbound from Tuesday, May 13 through early July for
resurfacing, stormwater improvements and sidewalk work.
Sprague Avenue from University Rd. to Herald Rd. – Reduced to two lanes
westbound through early July for resurfacing, stormwater
drainage improvements, and sidewalk work. Signs will direct traffic through the