Thursday, August 9, 2012

WSDOT Construction Update For Next Week

US 2-Division Street/Francis Ave. to the “Y”
On Monday and Tuesday, August 13 and 14, during daytime hours, expect inside or curb lane closures and slow traffic and congestion with Division Street reduced to 2 lanes for asphalt grinding and resurfacing.

On Wednesday and Thursday, August 15 and 16, during evening and overnight hours, expect center-lane closures and slow traffic and congestion with Division Street reduced to 2 lanes.
I-90/BNSF Bridges (just west of Four Lakes) to Geiger Blvd. Interchange Pavement grinding work starts Monday, August 13 with paving planned to start on August 16th. I-90 may be reduced to one lane in each direction depending on work location during daytime, evening, and/or overnight hours.

I-90 Westbound/Freya Street to Maple Street
On Saturday, August 11, beginning at about 10:30 p.m., until as late as 8 a.m. the following morning, westbound I-90 will be reduced to one through lane to repair an overhead pedestrian bridge and bridge joints in the freeway lanes. Westbound drivers should expect slow traffic and congestion.

US 2-Newport Highway (MP 294-Between Hawthorne Rd. Nevada St.)
US 395-Division St. (MP 165-Between Hawthorne Rd. and Falcon Dr.
On Sunday morning, August 12th, from about 6 a.m. to around 8 a.m., be alert for possible intermittent delays of up to 10 minutes for maintenance of overhead high voltage power transmission lines.

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