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Driving in Downtown Boise is difficult at the moment. Here the roads are released. – Idaho Statesman

Driving in Downtown Boise is difficult at the moment. Here the roads are released. – Idaho Statesman

If you've been driving in Downtown Boise lately, you've had it with closed lanes and clogged traffic. But there is good news: most projects are planned for this month and some of them have to be done this week.

Here is a look at some of the most striking road works that take place in Downtown.

Where: Capitol Boulevard, Broad Street to Main Street

What: web closures, pedestrian restrictions

Why: Ada County Highway District builds a protected cycle path on this stretch and connects it to the same lane that was recently built in front of the town hall.

Planned completion: 21 September

Where: Capitol Boulevard, Idaho Street to Bannock Street

What: web closures, pedestrian restrictions

Why: streets jobs, cycle paths work

Planned completion: 28 September

Where: River Street, Capitol Boulevard to 9th Street

What: Road closed

Why: street popping up again

Planned completion: September 14

Where: Idaho Street, 5th Street to 8th Street

What: bindings

Why: The city of Boise is working on its geothermal pipelines in this stretch, reducing the car ride to a lane between Capitol Boulevard and 8th Street.

Planned completion: 12 September

Where: Idaho Street, 6th Street to 9th Street

What: web closures, pedestrian restrictions

Why: Capital City Development Corporation is doing street upgrades

Planned completion: 15 September

Where: 5th Street, Washington Street to Franklin Street

What: bindings

Why: general tool & # 39; s

Planned completion: 28 September

Where: Fort Street, Robbins Road to 4th Street

What: Road closure

Why: The city of Boise is working on a geothermal pipeline in this area.

Planned completion: 28 September

Where: Main Street, 9th Street to Capitol Boulevard

What: web closures, pedestrian restrictions

Why: buildings in the area undergo some construction. Most travel restrictions are at night.

Planned completion: 15 September

Where: 5th Street, Main Street to Idaho Street

What: web closures, pedestrian restrictions

Why: these travel restrictions are on the west side of 5th Street for an apartment building that is under construction there.

Planned completion: December 1, 2018

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