Thursday, September 20, 2012

Road Construction For Next Week

Spokane County

Wall Street- One lane open each direction and narrow lanes from College Road to Waikiki Road.

Pasadena Elementary Pathway- Upriver Drive from Marguerite Road to Dick Road limited to one lane. One way traffic at a time.

City of Spokane

37th Avenue and Grand Boulevard Traffic Signal- A project to install a traffic signal at 37th Ave. and Grand Blvd. will begin on Monday, Sept. 24. Drivers can expect obstructions and are asked to drive with caution in the area.

Jefferson Street from Wellesley to Rowan Avenues- The project to rehabilitate Jefferson St. from Wellesley to Rowan avenues and surrounding residential streets is complete and open to traffic. The project rehabilitated Jefferson St. from Wellesley to Rowan avenues and surrounding streets including Adams St. from Wellesley to Rowan avenues; and Madison St. from Wellesley to Rowan avenues; and Wabash Ave. from Maple to Madison streets. Also, the stormwater system was upgraded to improve performance and maintenance, and ADA curb ramps were installed at intersections where needed.

Limited City Hall Parking- Beginning Monday, Sept. 24, the sidewalk will be closed and on-street parking limited adjacent to City Hall, 808 W. Spokane Falls Blvd. The City will be re-sealing the sidewalks on Post St. and Spokane Falls Blvd. The closure is expected to last until Friday, Oct. 19.   

Spokane Valley

Valley Fest Parade- Sprague Avenue from University to Pines Road and north/south intersections in between will be closed to all traffic for the ValleyFest Parade on Friday, September 21 as follows:


• Sprague between University to Bowdish, and intersections of Gillis, Moffit and Skipworth at Sprague closed from 5:45pm until parade completion

• Sprague between Pines and Bowdish, and intersections of Fox, Union, Perrine and Robie at Sprague closed from 7:00pm until parade completion.

• Use Broadway Avenue and 4th Avenue as alternative east/west routes.

• Use Pines Road and University Road as alternative north/south routes.

Washington State Department of Transportation

I-90 Geiger Blvd. to Downtown Spokane- Pavement grinding is scheduled to resume on Monday, September 24th on Interstate 90 between Geiger Blvd and the downtown area. Work will be underway from about 7 p.m. until as late as 6 a.m. The speed limit will be reduced to 50 mph. I90 may be reduced to one travel lane in each direction depending on the location of the work.

SR 290-Northbound Hamilton Street Bridge- Monday through Thursday, Sept. 24-27, from about 9 a.m. until as late as 3 p.m., the northbound Hamilton Street Bridge will be reduced to one lane to repair bridge joints. Northbound drivers should be alert for slow traffic and congestion on the bridge. In addition, on Wednesday, Sept. 26, during the same hours, the on ramp from Second Avenue to northbound Hamilton Street will be closed. All I-90 ramps will be open.

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