Transportation board subcommittee on 129,000-pound truck routes to meet March 23

LEWISTON, Idaho (News Release) - The Idaho Transportation Board is holding a subcommittee meeting Wednesday, March 23 at 4 p.m. Pacific Time in Grangeville to discuss an application to allow trucks weighing up to 129,000 pounds on a section of Idaho 13.

The meeting will be at the U.S. Forest Service building, 104 Airport Road.

The subcommittee may vote to hold the application to gather additional information, recommend the full transportation board hold a formal hearing, or reject or approve the application. The result of any decisions will be presented to the full transportation board at a meeting later this month.

Those who are in the north-central Idaho area and who wish to attend the meeting via video conference can do so at the Idaho Transportation Department’s District 2 office in Lewiston, 2600 Frontage Road. The meeting also will be available via video conference in Boise at the Idaho Transportation Department Headquarters, 3311 W. State Street. In Boise, the meeting will start at 5 p.m. Mountain Time.

Public testimony will not be taken at the meeting.

Dial in for listening to the meeting will be:
208-332-7861 or 855-547-5475

Callers should be made aware of the following (if necessary):
Calling will connect you directly to the Board meeting. The Board will not be able to hear anything you say on this line, but other people dialing into this line will be able to hear you unless you mute your phone. If you receive another phone call while connected to the Board Meeting, you must disconnect the meeting in order to take your phone call. Do not put the Board Meeting on hold.

The agenda is below.

1. Delegation
Wally Burchak/Jeremy Chou

2. Case #201511: SH-13 – Milepost 0 to 26.39
Chief Engineer’s (CE) Analysis and Recommendation – CE Kimbol Allen
Discussion and Recommendation - Chair Jim Kempton

3. Old/New Business

4. Adjourn

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