May 26, 2010 in City
Freya bridge open to traffic
The Freya Street bridge, which had been closed since last August, is open for this morning’s commute.
The bridge reopened Tuesday evening after construction of a new span over the BNSF Railway lines between Sprague and Trent avenues.
Garco Construction of Spokane completed the $7 million project ahead of schedule, city officials said.
It was funded through federal bridge replacement money, a freight mobility grant from the state and city funds.
In another traffic change, city officials said that the intersection of Nevada Street and Lincoln Road will be closed today from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. for paving work.
Alternate routes would involve Magnesium Road, Crestline Street, Francis Avenue or Addison Street.