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City plans to face off with ITD over Front and Myrtle streets (access required)

Formal suggestions to make the Front and Myrtle commuter corridor in downtown Boise more pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly will be submitted to the Idaho Transportation Department in summer, a city official said. These suggestions are the outgrowth of a 2017 alternatives ...

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Idaho’s data is moving off the mainframe

Want a slightly used mainframe? Cheap? In a few years, Idaho might have one for you. The payroll system, used by state agencies, was installed on the mainframe in 1987 and the accounting installed in 1988, with the mainframe itself ...

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ITD will build a T-intersection at free-running curve into New Plymouth (access required)

Drivers headed west into New Plymouth from State Route 72 will no longer encounter a free-running curve without a stop sign to get onto U.S. 30. The Idaho Transportation Department will replace the existing configuration with a T-intersection. Construction will ...

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ITD will use $14 million to repave pothole-riddled I-84 in Nampa (access required)

The Idaho Transportation Department has accelerated the repair of Interstate 84 between Franklin Road and Karcher Road in Nampa and Caldwell to sometime this year, rather than the original scheduled 2018. The Idaho Transportation Board on Jan. 18 approved $14 ...

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