Ada County Highway District

2023 Pavement and Pedestrian Improvements

The Ada County Highway District (ACHD) will be reconstructing several streets in Ada County as part of a federal aid project to improve pavement conditions and upgrade the streets for all users.

Work could include:

  • Reconstructing streets or removing and replacing pavement to improve roadway conditions
  • Filling in sidewalk gaps to increase connectivity
  • Installing Accessible Pedestrian Signals (APS) and pedestrian push buttons.
  • Upgrading and/or installing pedestrian ramps to meet modern standards and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Learn More!

Learn more by reviewing the information below. While your comments are always welcome, the comment period closed on April 21, 2022.

Street Segments

  • Allumbaugh Street, Douglas Street to Fairmont Street- Reconstruct roadway; replace existing pedestrian ramps and driveway approaches to meet modern standards; install new sidewalk in existing gaps; reset existing Rapid Rectangular Flashing Beacon (RRFB)
  • Cole Road, Ustick Road to Kettering AvenueReconstruct roadway, replace existing pedestrian ramps and driveway approaches to meet modern standards; install new sidewalk in existing gaps; update Ustick Road signal for ADA compliance
  • Edgewood Lane, Harvey Street to Floating Feather RoadRemove and replace pavement; replace existing pedestrian ramps and driveway approaches to meet modern standards; install new Pedestrian Hybrid Beacon (PHB) at Floating Feather Road pedestrian crossing; rebuild existing speed humps
  • Goldenrod Avenue, West End to Cloverdale Road- Remove and replace pavement; replace existing pedestrian ramps and driveway approaches to meet modern standards; install new sidewalk in existing gaps; install new Pedestrian Hybrid Beacon (PHB) at Cloverdale Road pedestrian crossing 
  • Orchard Street, Emerald Street to Fairview AvenueRemove and replace pavement; replace existing pedestrian ramps and driveway approaches to meet modern standards; reset existing pedestrian Hybrid Beacon (PHB) crossing Orchard Street south of Kendall Street; update Emerald and Irving Street signals for ADA compliance

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