Traffic on US-95 will be reduced to one lane as repairs to a slide near Naples start Monday, July 15.
Temporary signals and flaggers will control traffic over the next two months as crews excavate the existing slope and place rocks to improve drainage and stabilize the hill.
Work this week will improve Starlight Road for use during construction but will not affect US-95 traffic.
The hill slid onto the road in March 2017 and was captured on video by an ITD employee.
Earlier improvements to the slide area included removing material, installing a barrier to catch debris and investigating subsurface conditions. Permanent repairs were designed and bid last fall, with construction timed this year to avoid springtime moisture and high water tables.
Read more about emergency repairs online at itdprojects.org/us95naplesslide.
Source: Idaho DMV