Friday, April 26, 2013

Spokane City and Spokane Valley Construction Work For Next Week

Spokane Valley
24th Ave from Adams Rd to Sullivan Rd - Narrowed lanes and brief delays weekdays between 7 am and 5 pm through mid-May for sidewalk work.
Pines ITS project - Curb lane closures on northbound Pines weekdays from 6:30 am to 5:00 pm weekdays into July for signal conduit work.

Sprague/Sullivan ITS project - Curb lane closures on westbound Sprague between Evergreen and Sullivan, and on northbound Sullivan between Sprague and I-90 from 6:30 am to 5:00 pm weekdays for signal conduit work.

Sullivan Rd. Street Preservation - Sullivan between the Spokane River and Trent Ave. reduced to one lane each direction weekdays from 5:00 am to 10:00 pm through mid-June for signal and stormwater improvements.
University Rd. between Trent and Fairview - University southbound will be closed between Trent and Fairview from 8:00 am to noon on Monday, April 29th for railroad crossing work.
Spokane City
Bloomsday street prep work- Citizens are asked to remove parked vehicles from the Bloomsday route so crews can clean it. Do not park on Riverside Ave. from Maple to Hemlock streets; cars will be towed. Cars will be towed from the south side of Riverside on Monday, April 29, and from the north side on Tuesday, April 30. Towing in other areas is possible on Wednesday; signs will be placed. Citizens should anticipate moving all parked vehicles off the course prior to the race on Sunday, May 5. At the start, vehicles should be moved Saturday night; for the rest of the course, vehicles need to be moved before 7 am.

Third Ave from Arthur to Division- Work to rehabilitate Third Avenue from Division east to Arthur is scheduled to begin Monday, May 6. The project includes replacing a water main. One lane of traffic will remain open during construction, and local access to businesses will be maintained.
Eighth and Ninth avenues water transmission main- This project is substantially complete, with only a few punch list items remaining. All streets have reopened. The overall project included replacing existing water transmission mains and line and installing new lines in Eighth and Ninth avenues from Division to Cowley streets; Eighth Ave. from Chandler to Hatch streets; Chandler St. from Eighth to Ninth avenues.
Lincoln Heights Booster Station- This project to replace the Lincoln Heights Booster is beginning. On April 30, Ray Street at 23rd Avenue will be reduced to one lane in each direction for two days. The majority of this project will not cause traffic disruptions.


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