Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Part Of Couplet Returning To Two-Way

A compromise was struck at last night's Spokane Valley council meeting on a proposal to restore two-way traffic on Sprague Avenue.

Two-way traffic will be restored only between Dishman-Mica and University roads under a “hybrid” approach adopted by the council. Two-way traffic will be introduced to Appleway Boulevard in the same section.

Here's are the details. Read the story, then let us know what you think of this change.

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