Construction crews work along Pancheri Drive where they are replacing the Pancheri Overpass near Idaho Falls. The project will continue seven days a week until November. JORDAN HINCKLEY | Scroll Photography

Construction crews build new overpass


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Travel will be kept at one lane in each direction, and no serious traffic backs are expected. Construction will take place seven days a week.

During construction, drivers may consider following safety precautions such as looking for construction crews.

“No delays should be expected. We’re trying to minimize them,” Young said.

The construction will close Pioneer Road, in Idaho Falls, at its intersection with Pancheri Drive.

Pioneer Road can be accessed through Sunnyside Road.

The new overpass will be erected just south of the existing one, after which the old overpass will be removed.

The project will also include building a new five-lane roadway on each side of the new overpass between Blue Sky Drive and a point near Utah Avenue.

The construction crews will also install stormwater treatment, control systems, light poles, a traffic signal, curbs, gutters and sidewalks.

The Idaho Transportation Department, Bonneville Metropolitan Planning Organization, Bonneville County and City of Idaho Falls are all participating in this project.

The Idaho Falls Transportation Department awarded HK Contractors Inc. the $9 million contract on May 9 for this project.



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