Traffic shift to temporary bypass coming to US 395 in Deer Park as roundabout construction continues

Details on US 395/Deer Park Intersection Improvement project available at June 7 open house

Planning ahead for Memorial Day weekend traffic is the key to less stressful travel

Improved safety ahead as construction begins on new US 195 passing lanes

SR 21 Keller Ferry out of service for repairs beginning on April 12

WSDOT extends 2018 studded tire removal deadline to April 15

Busy construction season on US 195 in 2018

SR 25 - Spokane River Bridge - Embankment Repair - Complete October 2018

Project news

Awarded to N.A. Degerstrom, Inc. of Spokane Valley, WA with a construction bid of $1,426,551.

Needs & Benefits

Repair erosion damage and re-establish the slope adjacent to the bridge.


All project work was physically complete on Oct. 2, 2018.


Connecting Washington/Federal STP/State MVA = $2,036,871

US 195 - Colfax to Spangle - Add Passing Lanes - Phase 2

Project news

Work is planned to begin in April, 2018.  

NA Degerstrom, Inc. of Spokane is the prime contractor with a construction bid of $4,073,200.

Technology helping move freight in Washington faster, more efficiently

US 395 - NSC - Columbia to Freya - New Segment

Project News

This project was advertised for construction contractor bids in March, 2018.

US 395 - Deer Park Corridor Safety Improvements - Roundabouts

Project news

  • The Contract was awarded to Inland Asphalt Paving on May 2nd with a bid of $2,959,959.
  • WSDOT held an Open House at Deer Park City Hall on June 7 to update the residents on the schedule and traffic considerations during construction.

Needs & Benefits

Share your ideas during North Spokane Corridor charrettes

Eastern Region 2018 Chip Seal

Project news

Awarded to Central Washington Asphalt, Inc. of Moses Lake, WA with a construction bid of $8,887,511.

Needs & Benefits

Approximately 144 miles of rural highways will be "chip-sealed" in northeast Washington.


Work should start in early May, depending on weather, and be completed in 2018.


PEF = $10-12 million

SR 902 - Medical Lake to I-90 - Paving

Project news

Awarded to Shamrock Paving, Inc. of Spokane with a construction bid of $1,872,436.

Needs & Benefits

This project consists of grinding out an existing layer of asphalt on SR 902, then resurfacing with hot mix asphalt. The job includes some ADA sidewalk ramp improvements and other work.  When completed, the roadway surface will be smooth and protect the underlying base layer.  A roundabout will be constructed at the SR 902/Craig Road intersection.