Robinson Road Corridor Study
Thank you for being interested in our Robinson Road corridor study!
Nampa Highway District No. 1 and the City of Nampa are workinn together to forecast future road improvements for Robinson Road, between Franklin Road and Deer Flat Road. This area is anticipated to grow substantially over the next 20 years. This study will address future growth and to develop improvement concepts that support convenient and safe travel for all travelers, including drivers, freight, pedestrians and bicyclists.
The purpose of this study is to:
- Address future growth with proactive planning.
- Develop context-sensitive improvement concepts that address future traffic growth and enhance safe and convenient travel for all.
- Identify colutions to minimize or avoid potential right-of-way (ROW) or property impacts.
- Develop planning-level construction cost estimates.
- Develop an implementation plan for constructing corridor improvements over time as the budget becomes available.
The study is in its planning phase, which began in January 2023 and is expected to continue until December 2023. The graphic below summarizes the timeline for the study. This online open house is reflected in the "Online Public Meeting" during Summer 2023.
Multiple improvement options were developed for each study segment along Robinson Road. After an initial review, NHD and the City are proposing the following improvements for the corridor.
Proposed improvements to Robinson Road Corridor generally include new:
- Pavement and travel lanes along the corridor
- Shared-use paths to facilitate safe pedestrian and bicycle travel along the road
- Buffers to create physical space between traffic and shared-use paths
- Curb and gutter in some places to support drainage
- Gravel shoulder in some segments
We need your feedback!
For more information about concepts, please visit https://arcg.is/0Lbeun to learn more and take the survey!
Survey is open July 10 through July 21, 2023!
Important to note: funding to construction proposed improvements has not been secured at this time.