Construction Update as of 9/16/19: Crews are finishing landscape repairs and working on the remaining concrete on the west side of Broadway. The project is scheduled to be substantially complete this week.
Construction Update as of 9/06/19:
The pedestrian crossing has been installed on Broadway and Warm Springs. Concrete is complete on the south side of Warm Springs. Concrete is complete on the west side of Broadway. Crews are working on the center island on Broadway, and the north side of Warm Springs. There may be a delay with turning the traffic signals on due to a power pole which needs to be replaced.
Construction Update as of 8/26/19:
Work the Warm Springs and Broadway pedestrian crossing is ongoing. Concrete is complete on the south side of Warm Springs. Concrete is complete on the west side of Broadway.
Concrete for the pathway is complete. All the gravel has been placed for the pathway. The pathway should be placed next week. Work on Warm Springs is expected to start next week.
Most of the excavation is complete but additional excavation was required due to soft soils.
Survey and tree removal have begun. Excavation started the week of June 10th.
The notice to proceed was May 30th. There will be a preconstruction conference held on May 28th.
In 2016 the Ada County Highway District (ACHD) Commission adopted Alternative D as the preferred concept for the Broadway/Warm Springs/Avenue B Intersection Concept Study. Alternative D included a multi-use pathway thru Dona Larsen Park, a popular idea as it offered connectivity from Broadway Avenue to Warm Springs Avenue.
Construction to start at the end of May
While the intersection project design is not anticipated to begin for several years, ACHD is pleased to announce that we have moved forward with the multi-use pathway and expect to begin construction on the pathway at the end of May 2019. Construction is anticipated to be complete at the end of August 2019.
The new pathway thru Dona Larsen Park will include:
Please note that each pedestrian crossing will include the appropriate street lighting for safety.
Impacts could include lane restrictions with flaggers, general construction noise, dust, equipment back up alarms, and ground vibration.