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Posted on: August 3, 2022

Community feedback sought for future improvements to Ustick Road Corridor

Ustick Road Corridor Study Survey 2022

The City of Nampa, Nampa Highway District and Canyon Highway District invite the community to give input on the current road conditions and future needs of the Ustick Road Corridor from Midland Boulevard to the future State Highway 16 by completing a survey currently open through Sunday, August 28, 2022. 

The goal of this project is to identify and analyze improvements to increase safety for all users: pedestrians, cyclists and drivers. The project improvements will also accommodate the projected future (2045) traffic volumes to reduce congestion and delays. The community is invited to review the project alternative exhibits found at https://bit.ly/ustickcorridorstudy. After reviewing the intersection improvement presentation, the public is asked to take a short survey where respondents can share their preference for roundabouts or traffic signals throughout the corridor. 

This project is a planning study and there is currently no set construction date, but the City of Nampa and other jurisdictions are deeply invested in improving the Ustick Road Corridor for all roadway users. The community’s feedback from the survey will help guide future improvements to the Ustick Road Corridor.  

You can find more information on the project and access the survey here: https://www.cityofnampa.us/1463/Ustick-Road-Corridor-Study. The public is encouraged to take the survey before it closes August 28, 2022. 

For more information, please call (208) 565-5262 or email [email protected]


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