Public input sought via online survey about
potential U.S. 20/Idaho 75 junction improvements

The Idaho Transportation Department invites the public to help plan future improvements to the intersection of U.S. 20 and Idaho 75 (Timmerman Junction) by completing an online survey about several potential roadway options.

The online survey is open through Aug. 21 and takes less than 10 minutes to complete. The survey can be found at the following link:

The intersection is located in southern Blaine County and used by many motorists traveling to and from Sun Valley and the Wood River Valley. The online survey is part of ITD’s Timmerman Junction Study identifying future intersection improvements.

The online survey will help ITD evaluate and recommend improvements to enhance safety and provide reliable mobility at this regionally significant highway junction.

By taking the online survey, the community can:

- Help ITD learn more about why and how often motorists travel through Timmerman Junction.
- Review and prioritize criteria for evaluating alternatives.
- See and provide feedback on the range of options being studied.
- Learn more about the study.

The study is built upon previous improvements, planning efforts and recommendations from previous federal, state and local planning efforts. Construction funding has not been identified, so a timetable for intersection improvements is not certain.

The public is also invited to attend the final Community Advisory Committee (CAC) meeting for the Timmerman Junction Study. The CAC meeting is scheduled at 10 a.m. Oct. 6 at the Old Blaine County Courthouse in the Commissioners Meeting Room (206 1st Ave South, Suite #300, Hailey, Idaho).

To learn more about the study and evaluations to-date, visit

Published 08-12-16