Bridge repair project across North Central Idaho begins Monday

Bridge repair project across North Central Idaho begins Monday.

Approximately 10 bridges across North Central Idaho are slated for repair and preservation work this spring, with work first beginning Monday at the bridge on State Highway 6 over the Palouse River near Harvard.

Delays for all of the bridge work this spring will be minimal, but drivers should use caution when crews are working on the bridge decks.

Surface treatments will extend the life and improve the riding surfaces of the bridge decks. Concrete waterproofing treatments will also be applied to various components of the bridges for enhanced preservation.

The bridges are in Latah, Nez Perce, Clearwater, and Idaho counties respectively:

  • State Highway 14 over the South Fork of the Clearwater River
  • State Highway 11 over Jim Ford Creek
  • SH-11 over Orofino Creek
  • SH-11 over Quartz Creek
  • SH-6 over the Palouse River
  • State Highway 8 over Paradise Creek
  • U.S. Highway 95 over Palouse River
  • US-95 over the South Fork of the Palouse River
  • US-95 over Cow Creek
  • US-95 over Paradise Creek

Construction will conclude by the end of June. Live traffic impacts across the region can be found by visiting Travelers can also dial 5-1-1 or download the app.