Overcast skies. After those two steps are completed, the project can be put out for construction bids. Construction began in mid-July, with work starting on ID-53. Partly cloudy. Mostly clear. Transportation is essential to Idaho’s response during the COVID-19 pandemic. US 95 Idaho in the News (7) US 95 Idaho DOT Reports (6) US 95 Idaho Accident Reports (9) US 95 Idaho Weather Conditions (6) Write a Report; 95 Coeur d'Alene Traffic; 95 Hayden Traffic; 95 Athol Traffic; 95 Sagle Traffic; 95 Marsing Traffic; 95 Plummer Traffic; Other Cities Along US 95; Report an Accident This will allow drivers to see more of the roadway ahead. Add right- and left-turn lanes at county road intersections. ITD will continue right-of-way acquisition and submit a 404 permit application with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Construction will last until 2021, with the new bridge and ID-53 interchange finished first in fall 2020. Expect up to a trace of new snow accumulation. Add a 30-foot clear zone. U.S. 95, Thorncreek Road to Moscow Project, IDAHO TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT | 3311 W. State Street, PO Box 7129, Boise, ID 83707-1129 | (208) 334-8000, US 95 THORNCREEK ROAD TO MOSCOW, STAGE 1, DHP-NH-4110(156) KEY NO. After a break over winter, work has begun again this March. The Federal Highway Administration issued a Record of Decision (ROD) for the project in 2016, giving ITD authority to begin final design and purchase land. Add ditches that will keep rain and snowmelt from collecting on the roadway. We need to provide a safe system to allow for the essential delivery of goods, medical equipment and other important services throughout Idaho and the nation. U.S. 95 is one of Idaho’s most important highways. Whether it is maintaining highways and bridges, or building new infrastructure, the Idaho Transportation Department and our transportation partners are committed to keeping Idaho goods, agricultural products and services moving during these times. Work could begin as early as late summer 2019. A legal motion was brought against FHWA and ITD in 2017 regarding the Environmental Impact Statement and Record of Decision. That stretch of road is one of two major construction projects on U.S. 95 in North Idaho that were approved for funding this week from the a transportation bill that Idaho … Jump to the section that you are looking for by just clicking the link. The path now covers from just north of Garwood to Idaho Highway 54, where it connects with a trail to Farragut State Park. Take alternate route. The clear zone is the flat area outside the shoulder. U.S. 95 is one of Idaho’s most important highways. Work will resume in the spring, but the detour will remain in place through the winter months. Project opposition appealed that decision in January 2018. Download the file below to walk through and fly over the upcoming changes. Plan to wait a few minutes as the file downloads. Widespread Frost. In 2017, an interim design was developed to realign and widen ID-53 between Ramsey Road and US-95. Your involvement is crucial to the success of the U.S. 95 Thorncreek Road to Moscow project. December 2017. In keeping with the corridor design established during the development of the 2010 environmental document from Garwood to Sagle, in summer 2019 the current multi-use path along the east of US-95 was extended as part of a separate project. This project is part of a larger vision to improve traffic flow and safety along US-95 between Garwood and Sagle. An extended detour for northbound traffic was put in place to ease traffic flow, with eastbound traffic on ID-53 being directed to the Chilco interchange rather than Garwood Road to access northbound US-95. The U.S. 95, Thorncreek Road to Moscow project will replace approximately 6.5 miles of the existing two-lane roadway with a new four-lane divided highway. Overcast skies. The path now covers from just north of Garwood to Idaho Highway 54, where it connects with a trail to Farragut State Park. US-93: ... construction The US-95, South End Road to Junction Idaho 55 project resulted in a ... Blue Lakes Boulevard to Pole Line Road. Expect up to a trace of new snow accumulation. For assistance by phone, call 208-334-8000. The lanes would be divided by a 34-foot median in the rural section.