Friday, May 20, 2016

Local Road Construction Update

I-90 Eastbound near Division St./Expansion Joint Repair- On Sunday, May 22, from about 9
a.m. until as late as 2:30 p.m., the I-90 eastbound inside lane will be closed in the vicinity of the Division Street exit for bridge repair.  Eastbound I-90 will be reduced to 2 lanes.  All ramps remain open.  Eastbound drivers should be alert for slow traffic and congestion.

North Spokane Corridor-Southbound near Gerlach Rd./Sign Bridge Repair- Monday through Friday, May 23-27, the southbound NSC will be reduced to one lane for repairs.

Indiana Parkway from Desmet Court to Steen Parkway- Closed through Thursday, June 16 at 5 p.m. for utility work. Signs redirect traffic via Mission Parkway.
Mirabeau Parkway from Mansfield Avenue to the Mirabeau Park Entrance - Traffic will be reduced to one lane in both directions with flaggers for stormwater repairs and asphalt patch work beginning Monday, May 23 until Friday, May 27 from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. daily. 

Sprague Avenue from Argonne Road to the Railroad Overpass - The northern lane of westbound Sprague will be closed for stormwater repair work from Monday, May 23 at 7 a.m. until Friday, May 27 at 2 p.m.  

Southbound Sullivan Road Bridge across the Spokane River- Closed until Summer 2016 for bridge replacement work. Traffic is reduced to one lane northbound and two lanes southbound. Southbound Sullivan Road at Flora Pit Road will be reduced to one lane on Wednesday, May 25 from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Turns from Indiana Avenue onto northbound Sullivan Road are reduced to one lane. The Centennial Trail below the bridge is open.


Market Street (Parksmith to Farwell)- The road is closed, with a detour in place, in order to rehabilitate the road and add sewer and fiber optic components.  

Seven Mile Bridge & Seven Mile Road- Constructed in 1956, the bridge is structurally deficient.
The new bridge, constructed in the footprint of the existing, will have a roadway width of 36 feet and provide safe space for the approximately 2000 vehicles that cross the bridge daily. A temporary river crossing is in place upstream and to the south of the bridge. This project is expected to take about six months to complete.

Belle Terre Ave, Evergreen Rd, 41st Avenue- Installation of sewer, force main, full width road reconstruction.

Buckeye & Grace off of Upriver Dr.- Installation of sewer and water lines from Buckeye from Carnahan to Upriver and Grace Ave from Carnahan to Upriver. This project is expected to last until about mid-June.

Perry Street North of Hawthorne- Road closed with a detour in place for sewer installation.

Chapman Road at 44th Ave.- Closing around May 26 for a water main tap.

Lilac Parade Road Closures- The parade begins at 7:45 p.m., street closures begin around 4 p.m. from Spokane Falls Blvd and Brown to Lincoln and Spokane Falls Blvd, and 2nd Ave north to the River. Lincoln north of the river will begin being restricted at 4:30 p.m. Cataldo will be closed from Atlantic to Howard Street.

Hayford Road Grind and Overlay- Hayford Road is closed with a detour in place. Outside of the above listed work schedule, the street will be open to local traffic (evenings and Friday through Sunday).  The road surface will have sharp edges and uneven surfaces. Proceed slowly and cautiously. The work includes grinding and paving of Hayford Rd. from 49th Avenue to just north of Thorpe Road.   

Rowan Avenue Improvements from Driscoll Boulevard to Monroe Street- Rowan Avenue from Alberta to Monroe Street is closed.  The intersections of Alberta, Belt, Ash, and Maple will remain open to north and southbound traffic. Ash southbound, and Maple northbound at Rowan are currently reduced to one lane southbound or northbound respectively, and will remain throughout the duration of the project.

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