U.S. 95 work in Wilder and Parma slated to begin in early June
CANYON COUNTY - A stretch of U.S. 95 from the south city limits of Wilder to the south city limits of Parma, and from the north side of Parma to the junction with Interstate 84 will be resurfaced in a project starting in early June, the Idaho Transportation Department announced.
In all, about 23 miles of the route will be resurfaced and repaired in areas during the three-month project. See map.
• 13.2 miles of U.S. 95, from Parma North City Limits to Jct. I-84
• 1.6 miles of U.S. 20/26, from Snake River Bridge to Jct. U.S. 95
• 8.2 miles of U.S. 95, from Wilder South City Limits to Parma South City Limits
In two-lane sections, at least one lane will remain open at all times. In three- or four-lane segments, at least two lanes will remain open.
Work on nights or weekends is not expected, but is not prohibited if needed.
Idaho Sand & Gravel Co., of Nampa, isthe contractor on this $5.7 million project.
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