SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. — The city of Spokane Valley announced it will not open the Barker Road and Sprague Avenue roundabout on Aug. 20 as planned.
The city has decided to delay the roundabout opening that was scheduled for Aug. 20 to the end of August. The decision was made because the city is investigating potential quality control issues with some of the materials placed in the construction.
Spokane Valley and Spokane County have been working together to improve this intersection and design it in a way that suits the area's growth, according to the city's website.
The city plans to improve the entire corridor from Appleway Avenue to 8th Avenue. The Sprague/Barker intersection is the first of these improvements.
Funding for the project comes from federal grants and developer impact fees and is expected to cost approximately $2.5 million.
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