– There could be possible evening and overnight lane closures and daytime shoulder closures of US 2 through Airway Heights as crews construct new crosswalk islands and overhead warning signals. This is a City of Airway Heights project, in cooperation with the Washington State Department of Transportation.
– Lane and shoulder restrictions may be in place next week on US 2 at Elk-Chattaroy Road. The northbound right turn lane is being realigned to improve sight distance.
– Work starts on Monday, April 26 on construction of a new Stateline Port of Entry.
Starting Monday night, material will be hauled to the site, with trucks running from 7 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. A westbound shoulder closure will be set up and trucks will be exiting and entering the work site. Westbound drivers need to be alert for slow truck traffic. During the day, electrical work will be done on the eastbound side, using a shoulder closure.
– Northbound US 195 will be reduced to one through lane in work areas between Hatch and I-90 next week. Lane restrictions may be in place 24 hours per day at some locations for replacement concrete panel curing. Crews are placing reinforcing “dowel bars” at concrete panel joints and replacing broken concrete panels.