The Idaho Transportation Department invites the public to view and give comment on the selected design of the Interstate 90 and Idaho Highway 41 interchange at an open house next Wednesday, November 20.
Members of the public may arrive at any time between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. at the Red Lion Hotel in Post Falls.
Since the last public meeting in November 2018, ITD has coordinated with the city of Post Falls and other stakeholders to select the preferred design to improve safety and mobility. The latest plans feature an offset single-point urban interchange (SPUI).
Earlier this year another project originally planned for 2025 to address similar concerns on ID-41 between Seltice and Mullan avenues was combined with this 2023 project. Additional lanes will be added at the Mullan Avenue intersection, and a raised curbed median will limit left turns from side streets onto the highway.
ITD will also ask the public to share concerns about construction of this $39-million project.
Those unable to attend may visit the project website to learn more and to comment. Comments will be accepted from November 20 to December 4.