The southbound Sullivan Road Bridge across the Spokane River is scheduled to reopen all lanes to traffic around mid-day tomorrow, February 17. Once southbound traffic is fully restored to the southbound bridge, the northbound bridge will be restored to full use for northbound traffic.
Earlier this week, crews partially opened the southbound bridge to a single lane of traffic while concrete medians were poured and traffic barriers were replaced. The bridge had been closed since January 9 for temporary repairs to help prolong its functional use until it can be replaced.
Vehicles on the southbound bridge will no longer be subject to weight restrictions posted in early 2011. Lifting the restrictions allows local businesses to resume using the bridge for carrying heavy loads across the river.