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There will be nighttime lane closures and no weekend work anticipated. • Construction is underway and scheduled to finish in August 2017. La Riviere Equipment and Excavation is the contractor on the $845,000 project. • Crews will work during daylight hours Monday through Friday and weekends as needed. • Resurfacing the roadway, replacing guardrail and signs, enhancing pedestrian facilities to meet ADA Standards, & realigning the intersections. • This project will utilize shoulder closures and a reduced speed limit on SH 53 mph during construction, with a flagger on North Hollister Hills Road. • This project will install east- and westbound turn bays and lighting at the intersection of Idaho 53 and North Hollister Hills Road.

US-95 in Bonners Ferry: Alderson Lane to Kootenai River/RR Bridge Major changes include a consistent 3-lane section from Alderson Ln to Madison St, with wider shoulders, sidewalks on both sides of US-95 separated from the road by a grass buffer area, highway lighting, and the removal of the traffic signal at Alderson Ln.

Changes north of Madison include a reduction to two lanes on the South Hill, highway lighting, and a new 8-foot sidewalk on the west side of the street.

The cost of this initial work was $2 million, while the full repairs are estimated at approximately $16 million.

The project team is currently reworking the construction schedule with the Idaho Department of Transportation.

• Project Description: Government Way will be completely reconstructed to include two travel lanes in each direction, a center turn lane, two buffered bike lanes, and sidewalks.

Coeur d’Alene Area: Construction Overview and Map News Stories • Video: Coeur d’Alene Construction Impacts • Road work ahead — big-time • Eight big road projects could snarl traffic in Coeur d’Alene this work season • Lake Lovers Beware!

District 1 covers just more than 7,750 square miles of northern Idaho and maintains 1472 lane miles (lanes of road, on- and off-ramps, etc.) and 279 bridges.