US-93 — 300 South Project

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Welcome

Thank you for your interest in the US-93, 300 South Project. The purpose of this online meeting is to provide information on the final design plans to add two lanes in each direction on US-93 between 200 South and 400 South.

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Project Background

The 300 South Road project is the fourth and final roadway segment of overall corridor improvements approved by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) in 2007 as part of the US-93, I-84 to SH-25, Jerome County Environmental Assessment.

Project background aerial map that includes information for all corridor projects.

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Final Design Details

The project will expand the existing two-lane highway to four lanes with a center median and turn bays.

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Final design details image with 6 stations called out at E 300S.

South End of the Project

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Section 1 - South End of the Project. Typical cross section image with a sky and grass that shows two 8-inch shoulders, two northbound and southbound 12-inch travel lanes and a 24-inch raised median that separates northbound and southbound lanes.

North of Intersection with 340 South

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Section 2 – North of Intersection with 340 South. Typical cross section image with a sky and grass that shows two 8-inch shoulders, two northbound and southbound 12-inch travel lanes. One 12-inch southbound turn lane and a 12-inch raised median that separates northbound and southbound lanes.

At Intersections with 320 South and Railway Street

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Section 3 – At Intersections with 320 South and Railway Street. Typical cross section image with a sky and grass that shows two 8-inch shoulders, two northbound and southbound 12-inch travel lanes. One 12-inch southbound turn lane and a 12-inch raised median that separates northbound and southbound lanes.

South of Intersection with 300 South

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Section 4 – South of Intersection with 300 South. Typical cross section image with a sky and grass that shows two 8-inch shoulders, two northbound and southbound 12-inch travel lanes. Two 12-inch northbound turn lanes and a 4-inch painted median that separates northbound and southbound lanes.

North of Intersection with 300 South

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Section 5 – North of Intersection with 300 South. Typical cross section image with a sky and grass that shows two 8-inch shoulders, two northbound and southbound 12-inch travel lanes. Two 12-inch southbound turn lanes and a 4-inch painted median that separates northbound and southbound lanes.

North End of the Project

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Section 6 - North End of the Project. Typical cross section image with a sky and grass that shows two 8-inch shoulders, two northbound and southbound 12-inch travel lanes and a 16-inch depressed median that separates northbound and southbound lanes.

Eastern Idaho Railroad Crossing

The project will also adjust the grade of the Eastern Idaho Railroad (EIRR) crossing to improve motorists’ ability to see trains coming. Overhead signals will be installed to improve safety.

Eastern Idaho Railroad Crossing typical cross section image that includes sky and grass and shows two 8-inch shoulders, two northbound and southbound 12-inch travel lanes. Two 12-inch northbound turn lanes and a 4-inch painted median that separates northbound and southbound lanes. This image also includes northbound and southbound railroad crossing that has overhead signals

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Schedule

Project schedule: Early 2019, public meeting number one; Project concept phase through mid 2020; late 2020, public meeting number two; design phase, mid 2019 through early 2022; May-June 2021, public meeting number three, we are here; mid-2021 through late 2021, ROW negotiations and aquisition; mid-2023 through mid 2024, construction.

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Stay Involved

Thank you for taking the time to review the information about the US-93, 300 South Road Project. For more information, visit the project webpage.

Contact

For questions, contact:

Nathan Jerke
ITD Project Manager

208-886-7809

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Comments

Use the comment button at the top right of this meeting to view the comment form where you can submit comments or via mail or email to:


Idaho Transportation Department, District 4
C/O Nathan Jerke
216 South Date Street
Shoshone, ID 83352

nathan.jerke@itd.idaho.gov
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While your comments are always welcome, they can be best utilized if received by June 4, 2021.

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While your comments are always welcome, they can be best utilized if received by June 4, 2021.