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 March 20 - 24

Spokane County

I-90 Kramer Parkway Undercrossing project has the north and south exit lanes from the Mission Roundabout closed at this time.

Barker Rd. will remain closed at the Trent Ave. intersection for the duration of the SR 290/Barker Road and BNSF grade separation project. Detour route is open from Barker Rd. for local business access. A temporary driveway has been installed to maintain access to Truline RV to the east of their existing driveway. During the day construction traffic will continue to exit and enter Trent Ave. near the roundabout to access the northside of the project site. Intermittent lane closures on Trent Avenue/SR 290 are possible during the week of Feb. 6. Drivers have advanced notice of Flora Road at the BNSF Railroad crossing closing permanently in late February. 

Single lane closures of the US 2 on-ramp to EB I-90 are possible during all hours as crews continue to install ramp meters I-90/Freeway/Integrated Corridor Management project. Crews are currently installing cameras and guardrail. Striping will occur at night as well. 

Lane closures of Euclid Avenue are possible during the daylight hours Monday through Friday between Market and Freya Street in order for the contractor to install conduit on the North Spokane Corridor overcrossing at Euclid Avenue. One lane of Euclid Avenue will remain open during the work.

Starting at 8 p.m. on Friday, March 26, crews will begin rehabilitation to the Thor Street bridge deck over I-90 in Spokane. Crews will close a single lane at a time on the structure for crews to rehabilitate the deck. Work is anticipated to last through Sunday, March 28.

Slow down – lives are on the line.

In 2022, speeding continued to be a top reason for work zone crashes.

Even one life lost is too many.

Each year about 670 people are killed nationally in highway work zones. In 2022, Washington had six fatal work zone crashes on state roads.

It's in EVERYONE’S best interest.

95% of people hurt in work zones are drivers, their passengers or passing pedestrians, not just our road crews.