ITD Projects South-Central Idaho 2012 Road Maintenance

2012 Road Maintenance



2012 Road Maintenance

Road maintenance projects consist of sealcoats, rut filling, asphalt overlays, and mill/overlay processes. Following is an explanation of each type of maintenance process:

 

The following projects are scheduled to be funded and completed in 2012:

Key #

Project Name

Route

MP

Process

11077

Burley to Salt Lake City IC

I-84

207.72 – 215.94

Sealcoat

 

 

I-84

215.94 – 222.00

Sealcoat

 

 

I-84

Jerome Rest Area

Sealcoat

12927

King Hill to West Bliss

I-84

129.82 – 137.7

Sealcoat

 

 

I-84B

169.44 – 172.6

Sealcoat

 

 

I-84B

138.6 – 138.97

Sealcoat

11598

100 E Road to Jct. I-84

SH-24

53.394 – 58.043

Reg. Overlay

11600

FY12 District-wide Sealcoats

SH-46

87.09 – 90.58

Sealcoat

 

 

SH-46

96.882 – 100.00

Sealcoat

 

Blue Lakes Blvd.

US-93

48.48 – 49.455

Microseal

 

 

SH-77

7.482 – 18.12

Sealcoat

11601

Poison Creek

US-20

171.13 – 181.1

Thin overlay/seal

11602

Shoshone Area, East

US-20

130.64 – 136.42

Sealcoat

 

 

US-20

185.9 – 191.43

Sealcoat

 

 

SH-24

64.9 – 66.92

Sealcoat

 

 

SH-46

101.00-110.47

Sealcoat

11603

Shoshone Area, West

US-30

180.6 – 181.26

Sealcoat

 

Kimberly Rd.

US-30

219.74 – 222.18

Sealcoat

 

Jerome, Main St.

SH-25

0.0 – 2.10

Sealcoat

 

Burley, Overland Rd.

SH-27

23.153 – 23.641

Sealcoat

 

 

SH-74

0.00 – 7.83

Mill-inlay/seal

12068

SH75, Jct. US20 to MP105.6

SH-75

102.12 – 105.61

Overlay/micro

12388

Jct. SH81 IC#228 to MP 239 EBL

I-84 EB

229.35 – 239.4

Mill-inlay/overlay

 

Contacts
District 4 Public Information Specialist
nathan.jerke@itd.idaho.gov
208-886-7809

Resident Engineer
justin.price@itd.idaho.gov
208-886-7851


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