Eastern

Eastern Region Intersection Safety Implementation - Completed November 2016

Overview
The project scope was to reduce collision incidence and reduce collision severity at selected intersections through the implementation of low cost countermeasures. The selected improvements included paint striping, durable striping, signing, and foliage removal where required to improve intersection sight distance.

How you benefit

Improves safety
This project addressed safety improvements at 48 intersections located throughout the Eastern Region with a goal of fewer and less severe collisions.

Bridge repair work starts on I-90 in downtown Spokane

Temporary bridge installation on SR 21 in Ferry County begins

Public invited to open house on Pullman paving work April 20

Crews to start work on SR 31 slide in Pend Oreille County

Two NE Washington highways remain closed due to weather, safety concerns

Keller Ferry out of service in early April for repairs during area schools spring break

Emergency speed reduction to 60 mph on I-90 in Lincoln County due to pavement damage

Framework agreement reached to keep North Spokane Corridor project moving forward

UPDATE: Weight and lane restrictions for SR 25-Columbia River Bridge at Northport

SR 904 - Mullenix Rd to Betz Rd - Paving - Complete November 2017

Project news

Overview

State Route 904 was resurfaced with Hot Mix Asphalt from Mullenix Road, through downtown Cheney, to Betz Road.  Shamrock Paving of Spokane did the work with a construction bid of 1,624,312.

Needs & benefits

Economic Incentive

A smoother roadway and protection for the underlying highway structure preserves the public investment in the facility.

Partnerships and Cooperation

WSDOT worked closely with the City of cheney on the project.

US 395 - Arden to Colville - Paving

Project news​

US 395 was resurfaced with hot mix asphalt.  ADA sidewalk work was included.  Some minor corrective items remain.  Central Washington Asphalt of Moses Lake, WA handled the project with a construction bid of $3,491,873.

Needs & benefits

High traffic volumes with normal wear and tear had deteriorated the pavement surface. Resurfacing provides a better experience for drivers with a reduced need for repairs and patching.

SR 290 - Mission Ave to Sullivan Rd - Paving - Complete November 2017

Project news

SR 290, Trent Avenue was resurfaced from the Mission Ave. "Y" to Sullivan road. In addition, the bridge decks on the Spokane River Bridges near Pines Road were repaired and the eastbound SR 290/UPRR bridge deck was repaired.

Needs & benefits

Economic Incentive

A smoother roadway and protection for the underlying highway structure makes a better experience for drivers with a reduced need for expensive repairs and patching.

Partnerships and cooperation

SR 270 - Jct US 195 to Bishop Blvd - Paving - Complete November 2017

Project news

Overview

SR 270 was resurfaced with Hot Mix Asphalt.  This included Davis Way, a short section of Grand Ave., Main Street, and Paradise Street.  Sidewalk curb ramps were constructed to federal ADA standards.

Needs & benefits

Economic Incentive

Repairing the pavement created a smoother drive and protects the public investment in the roadway.  

Improves Safety

Sidewalk curb ramps were built to current ADA slope standards.

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