Work on the Maple Street Bridge in Spokane, Wash. began in August, and beginning Monday, Sept. 18, all northbound lanes of the structure will be closed from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. as construction continues.
According to city officials, this will be in effect for northbound lanes until Oct. 6.
Due to the traffic, multiple detours will be available for motorists.
Vehicles traffic will go east on 3rd Avenue then turn north onto Lincoln Street to cross the Monroe Street Bridge and continue north. Drivers can then access northbound Maple Street at Northwest Boulevard.
For freight traffic, traffic will go east on 3rd Avenue then turn north onto Lincoln Street to cross the Monroe Street Bridge. Freight traffic can get to northbound Maple Street from westbound Indiana Avenue and Northwest Boulevard.
There will also be some southbound lane closures.
Southbound lanes will be closed from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m.
Cars may go eastbound on Northwest Boulevard and turn southbound onto Monroe Street to cross the Monroe Street Bridge. Drivers can access southbound Ash Street at 2nd Avenue.
Truck drivers will be detoured separately. Freight traffic will go eastbound on Indiana Avenue and turn southbound onto Division Street to cross the Spokane River and access southbound at 2nd Avenue.
The project is expected to be done in mid-November.