Transportation is essential to Idaho’s response during the COVID-19 pandemic. 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. 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. For more information, visit Idaho’s COVID-19 page.
The Idaho Transportation Department is rehabilitating a portion of US-93 within the city of Twin Falls.
The project will begin just south of Pole Line Road and extend to the Perrine Bridge. Both northbound and southbound lanes will be rehabilitated and the outside southbound lane from Fillmore Street to Canyon Springs Road will be fully reconstructed.
May - July 2021
The traffic signals at the intersection of Blue Lakes Blvd. and Fillmore St./Bridgeview Blvd. will be replaced
Nighttime Work - Roadway construction will occur between the hours of 9 pm and 7 am to reduce impacts to the traveling public.
Business Access - At least one access point for Blue Lakes Boulevard will be maintained for businesses in the area.
Closures - Perrine Street will be closed for approximately five (5) days during roadway construction activities.
Intersection Closures - Occasionally, shoulders and outside lanes will be closed for work to occur on the traffic signals at the Blue Lakes Boulevard and Fillmore Street/Bridgeview Boulevard intersection. - Occasionally during nighttime construction, the Blue Lakes Boulevard intersections at Fillmore Street/Bridgeview Boulevard and Pole Line Road will be controlled by flaggers.
Lane Closures - One (1) lane of travel will be maintained in each direction during nighttime work. - Two (2) lanes of travel will be maintained in each direction during daytime hours. - Lanes will be reduced to a minimum width of 11 feet.