The Idaho Transportation Department will begin a $1.8 million project next Monday on a 10-mile stretch of U.S. Highway 95 in Idaho County that involves recycling asphalt shoulders, constructing right-turn lanes, and micro-surfacing the reclaimed shoulders and turn lanes.
The work takes place between mileposts 251 and 261, from south of Cottonwood to south of Ferdinand. Guardrail and illumination work will also occur at Greencreek Road. Motorists should expect minor delays of up to 15 minutes during construction. Flaggers will be used to direct traffic through the work area.
Work is expected to finish by July 9.