Yakima city crews are working to complete water line and road work before the cold weather stops the work. More road work today that could slow your commute. City officials say asphalt repair work will result in traffic restrictions on Washington Avenue between Queen Avenue and South 10th Avenue Friday, October 7th. Work on the project will begin at 7:00 am and last until 3:30 pm.
Traffic will be limited to one lane in both directions in the project area. City officials say because of heavy traffic volumes on Washington Avenue, drivers can expect delays. You may want to find an alternate route.

Also work on South 1st Street Friday.

A section of South 1st Street will be one lane each way between East King Street and Russell Lane during scheduled project work hours of 7:00 am to 3:00 pm. Access will be maintained for businesses and emergency vehicles.

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