Additional closure planned next week for Interstate 84 Exit 201 near Kasota

Image of ID-25 Kasota to Paul work zone

Due to unexpected weather impacts, all ramps at Interstate 84 Exit 201 and Idaho Highway 25 underneath the interstate will be closed Tuesday and Wednesday (June 1 – 2) to allow for crews to complete work on the roadway.

“We had planned for this phase of construction to be finished by the end of May, but rain in the region delayed our original timeline,” ITD Project Manager Sam Purser said.

The roadway will remain open through Memorial Day weekend, but drivers on I-84 will need to use Exits 194 or 208 during the closure next week. County roads will not be affected.

This is part of a larger project to resurface eight miles of ID-25 from the I-84 interchange to Paul in order to provide a better driving surface for motorists and help extend the life of the roadway.

“We appreciate the patience of drivers as we work to complete construction,” Purser stated. “Even with this minor setback, we still anticipate the project to be complete by late summer.”