2010 Spokane regional road construction map now available - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

2010 Spokane regional road construction map now available

SPOKANE, Wash. - The 2010 Spokane Regional Road Construction Map is hot off the presses and ready for distribution. The map is an annual opportunity for area government agencies to coordinate on a project to keep the public better informed about construction projects that will impact traffic. 

The participating jurisdictions include Spokane Regional Transportation Council, Spokane County, the cities of Spokane and Spokane Valley, and the Washington State Department of Transportation/Eastern Region. 

It provides useful information on the major projects that will affect traffic countywide during the 2010 construction season. Information provided on the map includes the type of projects, project locations, and project start and completion dates.  

 To see what construction jobs are planned for this year, pick up your copy of the 2010 Spokane Regional Road Construction Map at Spokane County's Engineering and Roads Division in the Public Works Building at 1026 W. Broadway on the second floor, and Spokane City Hall at 808 W. Spokane Falls Blvd., on the furs floor.

An electronic version of the map is also available at www.srtc.org, as well as on the web sites of each of the agencies listed above.

The map is an annual opportunity for area government agencies to coordinate on a project to keep the public better informed about construction projects that will impact traffic.  The participating jurisdictions include Spokane Regional Transportation Council, Spokane County, the cities of Spokane and Spokane Valley, and the Washington State Department of Transportation/Eastern Region. 

  

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