ITD resumes repaving US-95 in Owyhee County

The Idaho Transportation Department is resuming work to repave US-95 in late April 2024. Crews will repave the highway between the Port of Entry and the US-95, SH-55 Junction west Marsing.

The Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) will resume repaving on U.S. Highway 95 between the Port of Entry and its junction with State Highway 55 west of Marsing. Work will improve and extend the life of the roadway. Construction will begin Monday and is expected to finish this summer.

During construction motorists can expect:

  • One lane open at all times.
  • Daytime and nighttime work.
  • A temporary signal or a pilot car guiding traffic through the construction zone.
  • Wait times of around 15 minutes.
  • Speed limit reductions to 55 mph.
  • Width restrictions in place.

ITD began construction on US-95 in July 2023 and completed repaving from the Oregon state line to the Port of Entry. As a part of the project, ITD also:

  • Installed new curbing and guardrails.
  • Updated signage and road striping.

Those who are interested in learning more about the project are invited to sign up for email updates by visiting

US-95 repaving project will begin April 22 2024
This is a map to show the US-95 repaving project that will resume on April 22 2024