CALDWELL, ID - Pavement rehabilitation on Interstate 84 from the Sand Hollow Interchange (exit 17) into Caldwell will begin in May, according to Idaho Transportation Department officials.
“The project will extend the life of the Interstate and provide a smoother driving surface. During construction, traffic will be shifted into a crossover pattern and speeds will be reduced,” said ITD spokeswoman Jennifer Gonzalez.
Work will include reconstruction of the four ramps at the junction of I-84 and Idaho Highway 44 (exit 25). Paving is scheduled for completion this summer.
“This project coincides with the ongoing bridge replacement at the Sand Hollow interchange. Bridge construction will wrap up this summer,” she added.
Work will occur during both day and night hours.
Drivers are encouraged to slow down and pay attention in the work zones.