Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Local Construction Update

SPOKANE VALLEY
Indiana and Sullivan Intersection work- Nightly work will occur from 8 p.m. to 7 a.m. at the intersection of Indiana Ave. and Sullivan Rd. to repair concrete panels. Lane closures go through Sunday morning, April 5. Daytime lane restrictions will remain in place to guide motorists around newly placed concrete work.  At least one lane in each direction will be open at all times.

SPOKANE CITY
Sidewalk and ADA work- Begins Monday, March 30 on Jackson Street from Perry to Columbus and D Street from 17th to 19th Avenues.

"Hawk" Signal installation- installation on the light that gives drivers a red light so pedestrians can cross started yesterday (Monday) at Ruby and Boone. A single lane is closed on Ruby.

I90 Division Gateway Project from 4th to 3rd Avenues- This project is for beautification improvements to five highly visible locations at the I90 and Division Street gateway entrances to the City.  Work will be from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. and will include the closure of one westbound lane on the off ramp and the West lane under I90.

Residential Street Sweeping- Street sweeping begins Monday, March 30. 

Northwest: 
Work will begin on “A” Street to Driscoll Boulevard and on Rowan Street to Francis.  Work will also begin on Wellesley to Rowan and Driscoll Boulevard to “A” Street.


Northeast:  Work will begin on Hough Street to Perry and Mission to North Crescent.

South: Work will begin on 18th Avenue to Hartson and Southeast Boulevard to Crestline.  Work will also begin on 2nd Avenue to 14th and Monroe Street to Cannon.

Indiana Lane Closure- Geotechnical exploration along Indiana from Ruby to Dakota will close the southern eastbound lane on Indiana until 4/1/15.  

Rebecca Street from Pratt to 7th Avenues and Pratt to Hartson- Utility crews are beginning initial work prior to the start of the road project.  There will be delays and closures during this phase.

Garden Park Booster Station Rehabilitation/37th Ave.- This project is to rehabilitate the existing booster station with a new building, pumps, and motors. 37th Avenue is closed for approximately three weeks between Lee St. and Altamont St. The detour route is Crestline to Thurston to Regal.  


WSDOT
I-90/Spokane Area Guardrail Upgrades- Monday evenings through Saturday mornings, between the hours of 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. the following morning, be alert for eastbound and/or westbound shoulder and/or lane restrictions on I-90 between the Broadway and Argonne Interchanges plus in the vicinity of the Hamilton Street, Pines, Sullivan, Barker, Appleway/Country Vista, and Stateline interchanges.  There may also be narrow lanes and/or lane restrictions on the on/off ramps, bridges, and adjacent streets as crews replace guardrails.

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