Construction will start again on Monday, April 16 to finish repairs to Idaho Highway 3 between Kendrick and Deary.
Flaggers will facilitate alternating, one-way traffic while crews resurface Bear Ridge Grade just north of Kendrick and replace a culvert underneath the highway. Travelers can expect 15-minute delays.
Since the highway was damaged by a landslide last March, crews have constructed a soil nail wall, which was completed in January, to stabilize the slope beneath the highway and prevent future slides. Work over the coming months will conclude repairs.
After work is completed in July, the highway will feature fresh pavement and preventative measures to reduce any further damage from slides.
Knife River Corporation will complete the final round of repairs for a total cost of $3.3 million.