Friday, July 29, 2011

I90 Project Wrapping Up Early

The Spokesman-Review is reporting that a bridge repair project on Interstate 90 in East Spokane is more than a week ahead of schedule and should be completed by Sunday.

Road restrictions on I-90 from Altamont to Havana streets will be lifted in time for Monday’s morning commute, according to the Washington State Department of Transportation.

The job involved rebuilding overpass bridges at Havana and Altamont. Incentives for early completion were included in the $941,000 contract, and Westway took advantage of those, Simonson said.

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