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Contractors with the Idaho Transportation Department are currently conducting routine maintenance on the Perrine Bridge, with contractors setting up staging areas for equipment and scaffolding to access areas underneath the bridge. Work is not expected to impact traffic at this time.
Maintenance efforts extend the lifespan of the bridge and include repairing the sidewalks, the railing and cracks. Some of the steel supports will also be painted for protection from weathering.
Lane closures are not expected for a few weeks, but mobilization this week is the beginning of a maintenance project that will last through spring of 2024. Signs on the highway will advertise upcoming closures to give drivers’ time to adjust their commute, and sidewalks on either side of the bridge will remain open for the duration of construction.
ITD schedules routine bridge maintenance projects to ensure the bridge’s longevity for years to come. To learn more about the repairs, visit the project website. Travelers can also stay up to date on traffic impacts at 511.idaho.gov