Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Spokane Valley Traffic Alerts For Next Week

  • Farr Road between Appleway Boulevard and Sprague Avenue - Lane closures both directions at different times from 7 am to 1 pm Tuesday, May 8 for resurfacing.

  • Sprague Avenue at Custer Road - Reduced to one lane eastbound and one lane westbound from 7 am Monday, May 7 through about noon on Saturday, May 19 for utility and signal upgrades. Minor delays may be expected on Custer at the intersection.
  • Sprague Avenue/Fancher Road Intersection - Sprague eastbound and Fancher southbound will be reduced to one lane  from 7 am on Monday, May 21 through about noon on Saturday, May 26th for utility upgrades. Expect congestion.
  • Sprague Avenue at Carnahan Road - Reduced to one lane eastbound and one lane westbound  from 7 am Monday, May 29 through mid-June for utility upgrades. Minor delays may be expected on Carnahan at the intersection with Sprague.
  • University Road at intersections from 16th Avenue to Sprague Avenue - curb lane closures in both directions at different times between 7 am to 5 pm from Monday, May 7 through Friday, May 11 for traffic signal upgrades.
  • 8000 Block of E Riverway Avenue - Expect delays and minor congestion due to heavy equipment in the area.

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