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  • Getting There: Traffic cameras going up along U.S. Highway 195

    Four new traffic cameras are being installed along U.S. Highway 195 in southwest Spokane to a join a network of nearly 100 cameras across the Spokane region. Once the cameras …


  • Getting There: Businesses pinched by work on Francis

    Merchants in the vicinity of Market Street and Francis Avenue are feeling the double-whammy of two major road projects going on side by side. “It’s been pretty horrible,” said Jeff …


  • Getting There: U.S. 195 intersection upgrade under way

    A long-awaited improvement to U.S. Highway 195 in southwest Spokane is getting started. A contractor is setting up construction signs this week and preparing for a $6.4 million project to …


  • Getting There: In case of accident, quickly clear the road

    When snow falls, accidents pile up. Authorities say that the best thing drivers can do is move their damaged vehicles out of harm’s way if there are no injuries.


  • Legislature takes up red light camera issue

    OLYMPIA – Cities that want to install cameras to catch motorists who run red lights or speed through school zones would have to get voter approval under bills before the …


  • Legislature takes up red light camera issue

    OLYMPIA – Cities that want to install cameras to catch motorists who run red lights or speed through school zones would have to get voter approval under bills before the …


  • Bill seeks cap on red light runner fines

    OLYMPIA – Spokane and any other city in Washington that uses cameras to catch red light runners could have their ticket fines limited to $25 under a proposal before the …


  • Bill would limit red-light fines

    OLYMPIA — Spokane and any other city in Washington that uses cameras to catch red-light runners could have their ticket fines limited to $25 under a proposal before the Legislature.


  • Road, weather data just a click away

    For the past few months, Web-savvy drivers have kept a bird’s-eye view on Spokane traffic. Nearly three dozen video cameras send streaming images that people can monitor from their computers.


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