Watch a short video for the most up-to-date information about summer traffic impacts, Greenbelt changes, river floating, work zone safety and more.
Construction Progress Report
Many construction activities have been completed, and construction of the new Broadway Bridge is expected to be finished early September.
Work completed to date includes:
- Demolishing and removing the 1956 bridge structure.
- Completing the foundation of the new bridge.
- Piles are driven, the piers are built, and girders have been placed to support the bridge deck.
- Building the bridge deck.
- Constructing retaining walls.
- Paving Broadway Avenue between University Drive and Front Street.
- Installing new traffic signals at Myrtle Street and University Drive.
Crews are currently working on:
- Installing traffic control devises and the electrical infrastructure for the bridge lighting.
- Rebuilding the Greenbelt under the bridge.
- Build the new stairs and pathways between the Greenbelt and Broadway Avenue.
- Install railing and lighting.
- Obey signage and stay out of the restricted work zone.
- Use caution when crossing Broadway Avenue near the work zone entrances.
- Remember the river banks are closed throughout the project.
- The Boise River through the construction zone will be open during the prime floating season. Be aware of your surroundings when floating the river.
What to Expect During Construction
- Broadway Avenue is closed in both directions from Cesar Chavez Lane to Myrtle Street.
- Motorists are detoured to the Parkcenter Boulevard Bridge.
- Access is closed to Broadway Avenue from Cesar Chavez Lane through late summer.
- The Greenbelt detour is closed on the south side from west of Broadway Avenue to Parkcenter Bridge through late summer. Pedestrians and bicyclists should use the north Greenbelt detour.
- Business access will remain open.
- Lane restrictions will be in place between Myrtle and Front streets while crews repave and improve this section of Broadway Avenue.
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