Temporary repairs for I-90 near Kellogg scheduled Friday

The sinking section on I-90 near Kellogg has caused the centerline to shift.

Work is planned Friday, March 29 to temporarily repair depressions on Interstate 90 near Kellogg for a second time.

Crews will add asphalt to the dips to form a smooth surface for drivers. The work will be done on one lane of each section (eastbound and westbound) at a time, with traffic shifted over to the other lane.

Repairs to all four dips are expected to take one day, though future temporary repairs may be needed.

The Idaho Transportation Department continues to coordinate with other agencies in the area to investigate the cause of the damage and to develop a long-term fix for the depressions.

Drilling next week will help develop permanent repairs by collecting road data. Scheduled for April 4, drivers can expect a single-lane closure on eastbound I-90 during drilling operations.

The speed limit will be reevaluated to increase it back to as near 75 mph as is safely possible.

For more information, visit the project website.