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SR 31 - South of Metaline - Unstable Slope Repair - Complete October 2018

Project news

Awarded to Pile Contractors, Inc. of Issaquah, WA, with a construction bid of $685,703.

Needs & Benefits

The steep slope adjacent to SR 31 in the vicinity of MP 11.0 has historically had loose material slides that required lengthy highway closures.  This project will construct a soldier-pile debris containment wall to capture the active debris flows.

Timeline

All project work was physically complete on Oct. 12, 2018.

Funding

($ in thousands)

Pre-Existing Funds (PEF): $1,048

US 2 - I-90 to Euclid - Paving - Complete October 2018

Project news

Awarded to CPM Development Corporation/DBA Inland Asphalt of Spokane Valley with a construction bid of $4,046,000.  

Needs & benefits

This project consists of grinding out an existing layer of asphalt on Division Street, Ruby Street and Browne Street, 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.

Timeline

All work was completed in October 2018.

US 2 - Pittsburgh Road Intersection/Closure & Cul-de-Sac - Complete April 2018

Project news

Awarded to Wm. Winkler Company of Spokane with a construction bid of $139,800.

Needs & benefits

Build a cul-de-sac where Pittsburgh Road meets US 2, eliminating access from the residential street to the highway.  Decreases non-residential traffic using the route as a shortcut and traveling next to neighborhood park.

Timeline

Construction was substantially completed on April 27, 2018. The Contractor will be back in October for final seeding.

Public invited to help design community places along North Spokane Corridor

Smooth holiday travel requires planning, patience

New SR 26 traffic cameras available

WSDOT seeks comments on proposed DBE contracting goal for highway projects

I-90 - Adams Co Line to Spokane Co Line - Complete October 2016

Overview
Interstate 90 was re-surfaced with Hot Mix Asphalt.

 

How you benefit

Improves safety
The new surface provides a smooth ride for drivers.

Economic incentive
Re-surfacing preserves the underlying base layers, protecting the public's investment in the highway.

 

Plan ahead: Turkey tastes better without a traffic jam

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SR 20/North Cascades Highway to close Friday, Nov. 10

Changes coming to US 2 on the West Plains near Spokane, in a roundabout way

New weather stations and traffic cameras coming to SR 26 in eastern Washington

Preparation is key for winter driving conditions

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Anniversary party: Grape Line celebrates 10 years of service between Walla Walla, Tri-Cities

2017 Eastern Region Chip Seal - Complete September 2017

Overview
Chip sealing preserves the integrity and life of deteriorating roadway by applying a Bituminous Surface Treatment (BST) seal coat of oil and gravel (chips) to the existing pavement. Restoration is necessary before the underlying road structure is damaged, requiring a much more expensive rebuild.

The following sections were chip-sealed:

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