Thursday, November 1, 2012

Construction Updates and Projects Wrapping Up Next Week

WSDOT
US 195/Cheney-Spokane Road Intersection- Over the next week, during daytime hours, there may be lane restrictions on Cheney-Spokane Road and/or the southbound off ramp lane at US 195 for utility company conduit work and paving. The intersection will remain open. You can expect delays.

 
I-90/Beck Road Interchange- Eastbound I90 reduced to one lane tomorrow, (Friday Nov. 2) from the Washington State Line to Pleasantview Road in Post Falls so crews can pave the ramps for the new Beck Road interchange. The speed limit on that stretch of I-90 has been temporarily reduced to 55 mph.

SPOKANE CITY
Dalke Ave. from Myrtle to Freya- The project to pave Dalke Ave from Myrtle to Freya streets is complete and the streets have reopened.

37th Ave. Traffic Signal- The project to install a traffic signal at the 37th Ave. and Grand Blvd. is complete.

Adams St. from 21st to 15th avenues and surrounding streets- The project to rehabilitate Adams St. from 21st to 15th avenues and surrounding residential streets is substantially complete. The project also rehabilitated Jefferson St. from 21st to 15th avenues; Madison St. from 21st to 17th avenues; 17th, 18th, and 19th avenues from Cedar to Madison streets; and 20th Ave. from Adams to Madison streets. Additionally, ADA curb ramps were installed, where necessary, and storm drains were repaired. Adams St. from 21st to 15th avenues and surrounding streets has reopened.
14th and 15th Avenues from Chestnut St. to Inland Empire Way- The project to pave 14th and 15th avenues between Chestnut St. and Inland Empire Way and install curbs and sidewalks is nearing completion. All streets will reopen to traffic by Friday, Nov. 9. Until then, local access will be maintained.

Oak St. from Inland Empire Way to 28th Ave.- The project to pave Oak Street from Inland Empire Way to 28th Avenue and install curbs and sidewalks is nearing completion. All streets will reopen to traffic by Friday, Nov. 9. Until then, local access will be maintained.

Intersection of Monroe and Gardner Streets- On Tuesday, Nov. 6, left hand turns from Monroe St. onto Gardner Ave. will be restricted to accommodate possible extra traffic from people turning in ballots to the Spokane County Elections Office.


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