Monday, March 17, 2014

Lincoln/Monroe St. Project Open House

The City of Spokane is hosting a public meeting next week to let people know about the upcoming Lincoln/Monroe construction project. The project will revise Lincoln and Monroe from 17th to 8th avenues from four lanes to three lanes. Instead of having two lanes in each direction, the road will have one lane each direction and a center two-way left turn lane from 8th to 14th. The road width will be narrowed to make room for stormwater swales and parking will be removed from 14th to 17th avenues.

The meeting to discuss the details is Thursday, March 27 at 7 p.m. at Roosevelt Elementary, 333 West 14th Ave. Here's the meeting flyer.
 

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