MERIDIAN, Idaho — The Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) is hosting an online public meeting from June 29 to July 20 to gather input about improving Idaho 69 between Kuna and Meridian. To participate in the meeting, community members can head to the ITD website at any time during the three-week period.
The meeting is part of a study of Idaho 69 that began in 2019 in response to increased traffic and safety concerns. ITD is working on a vision to expand the road, improve intersections and provide safe access.
“Public input plays a vital role in determining the best plan for Idaho 69, even while social distancing requirements are in place,” said Mark Wasdahl, a senior transportation planner for ITD. “We are asking for input from those who live, work and commute along the highway.”
ITD will take the final vision for adoption by the Ada County Highway District, Kuna and Meridian. Comments can be submitted by clicking here, calling 208-334-8874 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. If you do not have the ability to comment online, use the contact information and a member of the project team will provide other resources to participate.