The ITD is giving you a chance to ask questions about the project.

Last week, I told ya about the Idaho Transportation Department's plan to make Chinden Blvd a six lane divided highway between Eagle Rd and I-84 in Caldwell.

Now ITD is giving you an opportunity to ask them any questions you may have regarding the project, specifically, their corridor study and environmental assessment.

They will hold two public meetings

▪ Tuesday, March 7: 4 to 7 p.m., Ambrose School, 6100 N. Locust Grove Road, Meridian.

▪ Thursday, March 9: 4 to 7 p.m., Thomas Jefferson Charter School, 1209 Adam Smith Ave., Caldwell.

At the two meetings will be staff members who can answer your questions and collect comments. If you can't make the meetings, you can also send your comments/questions to: or Adam Rush, Idaho Transportation Department, 3311 W. State St., Boise, ID 83703.

Intersections at Locust Grove, Meridian, Linder, Star, Middleton and Eagle roads will look way different once this project is done. Check out the video below to get an idea of how these new 'Continuous Flor Intersections' would work.