Construction resumes on the I-84 Kimberly Interchange

Image of I-84/ID-50 Kimberly Interchange

Next week work will resume at the Interstate 84 Kimberly Interchange as crews continue to rebuild it to handle more traffic.

Drivers should plan for daytime lane closures on I-84 as early as Monday (March 11), pending weather conditions.

Traffic will remain shifted to the newly constructed northbound lanes on the bridge going over the interstate. Over the next two weeks, crews will demolish the southbound lanes of the overpass.

Lane closures on both I-84 and SH-50 will remain in place for several months, even after bridge demolition is complete. Throughout construction drivers can expect reduced speed limits, traffic shifts and short-duration ramp closures.

Reconstruction of the interchange includes additional space for turning lanes, sidewalks and a pedestrian fence on the SH-50 bridge. It is also designed to provide extra room for potential future expansion of I-84 underneath the bridge, though nothing is planned at this time.

Work began in June 2023, and since then crews have rebuilt half of the SH-50 bridge and part of all the ramps as well as repaved SH-50 near the bridge. For more information visit I-84/SH-50: Kimberly Interchange | ITD Projects (

Construction should wrap up in the fall of 2024. Travelers are urged to download the 511 app or visit to stay up to date on traffic impacts.