Work will improve the highway over Moscow Mountain and short sections in Moscow.
Construction will occur between May and July. At least one lane of US-95 will be kept open with flaggers on scene. In-town work is estimated to take a couple days, during which one lane will be open. Those sections are are scheduled to be completed first—with some simultaneous work on Moscow Mountain—followed by ID-66 work and US-95 work near Viola and Moscow Mountain.
More than five miles of US-95 will be repaved between Rodeo Drive in Moscow and Four Mile Creek Bridge in Viola; sections previously repaired or repaved will be skipped. Moscow Mountain improvements include replacing the guardrail and relocating an animal detection device. As part of this project, one mile of Idaho Highway 66 will be repaved to the border, and ADA ramps at Rodeo Drive and Pintail Lane will be brought up to standard.
Resurfacing and ADA upgrades in Moscow are complete, and ID-66 has been paved. Crews are actively working on US-95 from Rodeo Drive to Moscow Mountain, with the whole project to be done in late July.
Please be aware of different driving surfaces in the work zone and the transitions between them.