ITD is rebuilding the Snake River Bridge & ID-55 between Marsing and the U.S. 95 Junction
El Departamento de Transportación de Idaho va a reconstruir el puente del río Snake en Marsing y Idaho 55 entre Marsing y el cruce de U.S. 95. La construcción empezará en enero del 2019 y está anticipado a terminarse para el verano del 2020.
The Snake River Bridge was built in 1955 and has reached the end of its design life. The new bridge will safely carry increased traffic and trucking volumes for many years. Improvements will include:
*11-foot width restrictions will be in place during construction on the bridge.*
For a closer look at the bridge design, click here.
Highway improvements will include:
For a closer look at the Idaho 55 design, click here.
On Tuesday, Sept. 3; Thursday, Sept. 5; Friday Sept. 13, and Monday Sept. 16 the contractor plans to place twelve (12) new girders on the Snake River Bridge. Girders are the large horizontal beams that support the surface of the bridge. Each girder weighs 141,000 pounds and is 148 feet long.
One of two lanes on the bridge are closed in preparation for demolition.Blog Post
Crews will be excavating the roadway on the south side of Idaho 55 in Marsing beginning next week.
Night time work will occur on two consecutive nights mid-week at the intersection of Idaho 55 and Idaho 78 while crews install irrigation line. The work will be noisy. Flaggers will direct traffic.
ITD is rebuilding the south side of Idaho 55 from 14th Ave. to 4th Ave. in downtown Marsing. This stage of construction is expected to last six weeks.More Information
Crews have begun initial work on irrigation lines on Idaho 55 in Marsing. Major work includes replacing the School Drain pipe and C-Line canal pipe.More Information
On Tuesday, October 1 the contractor plans to place new girders on the Snake River Bridge. Girders are the large horizontal beams that support the surface of the bridge. Each girder weighs 141,000 pounds and is 148 feet long.
What to expect: