The new US 2/North Spokane Corridor )NSC) interchange opens this Wednesday, Nov. 16. Washington State Department of Transportation officials expect this interchange to make the transition between these two drivers smoother and safer.
They also expect this will encourage more people to use the NSC if it’s easier to access.
As part of the interchange project, crews built five new vehicle bridges and one pedestrian-bicycle bridge along the NSC, and a 30-foot arch culvert at Deadman Creek beneath US 2 to provide a safer crossing spot for wildlife.
A brief ceremony will be held at 2 p.m. so if you want to be the first to use the new interchange, be ready right after that.