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Update University Drive Roadwork

Courtesy of Transportation and Parking Services

The Transportation and Parking Services Department has released updated information about the construction projects on the Boise State campus impacting traffic, parking and transportation. See bellow document for more details.


EARLE STREET TRAFFIC SIGNAL – University Drive will be closed between Earle Street and Brady Street from 9:30pm on October 24th  through 5:00am on October 25th .

Traffic will be detoured to Boise Ave around the closure. See map to access and exit campus.

Courtesy of Transportation and Parking Services

During construction, please use alternate routes (such as crossing University Drive on Brady Street or Capitol Blvd.) to avoid the intersection of Earle and University Drive.  Detour signs direct foot traffic to the north side of University Drive.

Construction closures, including sidewalks and restricted traffic lanes, are anticipated through November.

BOISE CITY GEOTHERMAL PROJECT – Euclid Street will remain closed to all traffic through October 26.  

Construction will then commence on University Drive from Euclid Street to Grant Street with periodic closure of University Drive from October 29th through mid-November.  

Detour signs will be placed to help navigate around the construction area.


Construction work will create intermittent periods of above average noise and disruption during construction hours.  In addition, these projects may also result in other minor incidents such as increased dust and intermittent and temporary closures of sidewalks and streets.

Boise State Transportation services will continue to provide details as they are made available at, and will provide frequent traffic, parking and transportation updates in the Boise State University Update.

Thank you for your continued patience.

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