David Condon

Tweet your route, take action during construction season

David Condon, Mayor, No Phone Number Available

Monday, July 28, 2014 at 3:20 p.m.

We want your help this construction season.

We know construction is difficult at best and we want to work together with the citizens of Spokane to make sure the experience is as positive as possible on our roadways and in our neighborhoods. Construction season affects the greater community, so let's work as a community and help each other get through it.

Tweet us at #SpokaneStreets throughout the construction season. Tell us and your fellow drivers where traffic is clogged up and where the best alternative routes are. How has your commute been affected day-to-day? What are the best alternate routes you've discovered on your commute? Tweet what you see. Help make Spokane a better place to drive this construction season—and please, be safe and don't tweet or text while driving.

We also want you to let us know how we're doing. We will be posting construction surveys on Facebook. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter and check back with Spokanecity.org. Stay connected with us.

Here are a couple of major projects happening in the coming weeks:

  • High Drive – Phase 1 of the two-phase project begins Monday, July 28 from 29th Ave. to Bernard St. The project will include bike lanes, parking, pathways, sidewalks, traffic lane narrowing and stormwater management improvements.
  • Lincoln/Monroe – Work begins Aug. 4 from 8th to 16th to improve drivability on the important arterial.

More information on construction activity is available at SpokaneCity.org on our new interactive map.

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