Washington State Department of Transportation

Most construction work will be suspended by noon on Friday, August 31 in anticipation of increased holiday traffic. Work will resume on Tuesday, September 4th.
US 2/Airport Ramps to I-90-Bridge repairs- Tuesday through Thursday, September 4-6, from about 8:30 a.m. until as late as 3 p.m., US 2 drivers should be alert for lane closures on eastbound or westbound US 2 with possible slow traffic and congestion. Crews will be repairing the bridge deck and approach.

Spokane Valley

Dishman-Mica Road and 16th Avenue – Expect narrowed lanes in early September on the south side of the intersection for installation of an island.

Mission Ave between Union Road and Pines Road- A project to improve this stretch of roadway is tentatively scheduled to begin Monday, Sept. 10 and take about one week to complete. Traffic on Mission between Union Road and Pines Road will be reduced to one lane each direction.Vehicles must be removed from the roadway during the project to allow work to be completed. Vehicles not removed will be towed.

Sprague Avenue Reconstruction between Evergreen & Sullivan – Traffic is expected to move to the north side of Sprague by the end of the week. It remains reduced to one lane each direction with a center turn lane.The following intersections will be closed. The south side of:

o Sprague/Best

o Sprague/Adams

o Sprague/Progress

o Use Evergreen to 4th Avenue or Sullivan to 4th Avenue for local access.

Spokane City

Havana Street Overpass- The project to construct an overpass over the railroad viaduct on Havana St. north of Broadway Ave. will be complete Wednesday, Sept. 5. A bridge opening ceremony is planned for 11 a.m. on Wednesday on the south end of the bridge. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend.

The $7.9 million project was funded by the Washington State Freight Mobility Board, State Transportation Improvement Board, federal sources, Burlington Northern Sante Fe Railroad, and the City of Spokane.

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