Central and Eastern Washington weekly travel planner

This weekly updated page provides information on major construction projects that could change your travel plans around Eastern Washington. 

Planned construction for the week of May 16 - 20

Lincoln County

Crews began grinding and repaving portions of US 2 between Reardan and Davenport as part of the paving project. Drivers can expect pilot cars guiding traffic through the work zone with delays of up to 20 minutes.

Spokane County

The right lane of northbound Market Street at Garland Avenue remains closed for construction of the Children of the Sun Trail along the North Spokane Corridor within Spokane city limits. For the week of May 2, the contractor is focusing on the structures at Wellesley and Euclid Avenue. Wellesley Avenue continues to remain closed until late 2022.

The eastbound I-90 off-ramp to Argonne/Mullan Road is closed until further notice as crews continue work on rehabilitating the Mullan Road bridge over I-90 in Spokane Valley. Crews have also reduced northbound Mullan Road by two lanes. Drivers needing access to northbound Mullan Road from I-90 will be detoured using the Broadway interchange to the west. The Argonne Road eastbound I-90 off-ramp will remain closed through the duration of the project.

The City of Spokane has closed the eastbound I-90 off-ramp at Freya Street in Spokane for paving work at the interchange. Drivers will need to use the Altamont Street off-ramp as a detour.

Whitman County

For the week of May 13, crews are beginning to work with paint line removal, crack sealing and pavement repair on various sections of SR 26, 27, 127, 261, and US 195 in Whitman County, as part of the chip seal project. Drivers can expect impacts to SR 26 and SR 27, Monday through Friday. Work on US 195 and SR 261 is expected on Monday and Tuesday, with no work scheduled on SR 127. Delays up to 20 minutes are possible with single-lane closures.

Zero emission electric vehicle registrations in Washington

increased 192% between 2017 and 2021.

45 projects to improve freight rail structures and freight movement

were underway as of December 31, 2021.

Washington state leveraged $100,000 to secure $27 million

in funding for airport investments in Fiscal Year 2022.