Thursday, October 9, 2008

Project Updates From the City of Spokane

- The Broadway Realignment project is nearing completion. The project will realign the Broadway Ave. connection to Freya St., moving the connection one block south to Alki Ave.

Alki Way and the intersection of Alki Way at Freya St. is now open. This new intersection provides the connection to Broadway Ave. east of Freya St. The old connection at Springfield Ave. is closed except for right turn access to local businesses.

- The Hatch road project from 54th to 43rd avenues is expected to reopen by Wednesday, Oct. 15. The project rehabilitated Hatch Rd. from 54th to 43rd avenues.

- The Driscoll Boulevard project will reopen by Monday, Oct. 13.
This project rehabilitated Driscoll Blvd. from Alberta to Assembly streets. Wellesley Ave. has reopened to traffic.

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