Thor to reopen as two-way exit, I-90 exit still closed
SPOKANE, Wash. — Your commute near the Thor-Freya area is going to change here soon.
Within the next few days, Thor will reopen as a two-way road as Freya Street from Sprague Avenue to 5th Avenue will close for continuing construction until mid-August.
The Thor-Freya I-90 exit will still be closed until all construction is complete.
Thor Street has been closed since March. Drivers are now able to drive on a smooth, brand-new road. This will be the norm for now, as Spokane will transition their construction crews to redo Freya.
If you are driving in the area, here are some detours that you should expect.
The City is asking drivers to pay attention to signs and cones as they go through the area. Construction on Thor was delayed due to weather issues, supply chain issues and a shortage of workers.
The City of Spokane says they expect the construction on Freya to go faster.
The Thor-Freya Project is still expected to be done by the end of November.
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