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Adams Road improvement project begins


Managing Editor


A three-week improvement project started Tuesday on Adams Road between Sprague and Fourth in Spokane Valley.
In addition to the new surface overlay, the project includes stormwater drainage upgrades and sidewalk work.
The existing asphalt sidewalks will be replaced with more durable concrete sidewalks, and an existing gap in the sidewalk along the west side of Adams will be completed. Sidewalk ramps will also be upgraded to meeting Americans with Disabilities Act requirements.
While the work is underway, Adams between Sprague and Fourth will be limited to local access around the clock. Detours will be posted redirecting traffic via Progress Road. Access to businesses in the area will remain available.
Drivers are reminded to remember to observe the speed limits in the project area and along the detour route, and to be especially alert for pedestrians and vehicles backing out of driveways in the residential areas of the detour.
Work on the project is expected to be complete by June 20.
Those who would like to received emailed updates on this and other city of Spokane Valley road construction projects are encouraged to subscribe to the city's Traffic Alert e-mail interest list. Go to spokanevalley.org/signup to join.

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