Seal coating to begin in Preston next week

Diagram of existing and new pavement markings for US-91 (State St) in Preston

The change will return US-91 (State Street) to a 4-lane road through the city of Preston. PRESTON – On August 25th the Idaho Transportation Department will begin a $433,000 chip seal coating operation on State Street in Preston. At the request of the city, ITD will also restripe the road to return … Read more

Iowa Department of Transportation

MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa – Aug. 18, 2022 – A concrete pavement overlay project from Wolfe Creek bridge to 0.5 mi south of Iowa 58 will require closing U.S. 63, starting Monday, Aug. 29 at 7 a.m., until Nov. 14, weather permitting, according to the Iowa Department of Transportation’s Marshalltown construction office.  During this closure, traffic will … Read more

Iowa Department of Transportation

AMES, Iowa – Aug. 18, 2022 – The Secondary Road Fund Distribution Committee will meet at Thursday, Aug. 25 at 7:30 a.m. at the Veterans Memorial Community Choice Credit Union Convention Center, Room 311, 833 Fifth Ave., in Des Moines, Iowa. AGENDA Introduction of Committee Members Approval of the March 10, 2022, Minutes … Read more

Snake River Crossing Study underway to find solutions for current and future traffic demands

Image of Snake River Canyon in South-central Idaho

The Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) is conducting a study to evaluate potential transportation improvements to address congestion and mobility at existing Snake River crossings that connect Twin Falls and Jerome counties. The study will look at a range of alternatives such as improvements to the existing road network, an additional crossing over … Read more

First widening project begins on SH-53 near Hauser

The first of several projects to add a center left turn lane to most of State Highway 53 from the Washington state line to Rathdrum begins next week. “SH-53 serves more than 12,000 vehicles a day, including many drivers who commute between Washington and Idaho,” Project Manager Megan Koski said. Work over the next two … Read more