Bridge deck work on I-90 and US 195 to begin this week

Wsdot Sealing Bridge Decks
WSDOT crews to seal I-90 bridge decks this week; expect added travel time, delays (KOMO News)

SPOKANE, Wash. — If you are traveling on I-90 or US 195 in the next few weeks, you should start planning for upcoming delays.

Crews from the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) are rehabilitating bridge decks throughout the region, starting on Monday. They will patch potholes and remove and replace concrete in certain sections.

The work is being done to help extend the life of bridges and create a smoother ride for drivers.

Drivers can expect delays, lane closures and flagging between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m., along with reduced speed limits in different working zones.

Single lane closures will be in place once the concrete is fully repaired. The plan from WSDOT is to finish each bridge in three days.

Here are the bridges that will be impacted by the construction:

  • I-90 bridges
    • I-90 over N. Wahl
    • Lindeke Street over I-90
    • Arthur Street over I-90
    • Eastbound off-ramp to Hamilton Street over I-90
    • Thor Street over I-90
    • Salnave Road over I-90
    • Tyler Road over I-90
    • I-90 over Damon Road
    • I-90 over SR 21
    • US 395 over I-90
  • US 195 Bridges
    • US 195 over I-90
    • US 195 over Railroad and Old US 195
    • US 195 over Pine Creek #1 and #2

More information on the rehabilitation of the bridge decks can be found HERE.

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