Most WSDOT construction work will be suspended by noon tomorrow through Monday in anticipation of increased holiday traffic. Long term restrictions are still in place on US 395 just north of Spokane where the highway is reduced to one lane in each direction for about ½ mile. Most of the other projects underway on state highways in the Eastern Region will not affect Memorial Day weekend holiday travel.

North Spokane Corridor/Francis to Farwell-Southbound Lanes
HIGH IMPACT!! Freya Street is closed to all traffic between the NSC Roundabout and Lincoln Road. Access to Fairview Road, Lincoln Road, Gerlach Road, plus businesses and residences in the area is via Freya Street from Market Street. This closure may be in place until early July during construction of the second roundabout. Access to the NSC on Freya from Francis remains open. In other work, Bridge and grading items are still under way. Possible intermittent lane restrictions on the NSC.

North Spokane Corridor/Parksmith Interchange
Beginning Thursday, May 31, through Friday, June 8th, on weekdays, Market Street will be reduced to a single-lane with flaggers directed traffic during daytime hours. Drivers should expect short delays. In general, Stoneman Road is now closed to through traffic east of Market to the BNSF tunnel. Through traffic is detoured to the north via Parksmith Dr. to Peone Rd. then back to Market. This is a long-term closure and detour. Also, Parksmith Road remains closed west of Market Street. Hawthorne Road to Market Street is the alternate route for that closure. No traffic impacts are expected on the NSC.

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