Ada County Highway District

9th Street, Hayes to northern limits of 9th Street

As part of the 2024 Residential Capital Maintenance Project, ACHD is designing improvements for 9th Street, Hayes to the northern limits of 9th Street.

The project includes rehabilitating several streets around Ada County to improve pavement conditions and upgrading streets for all users. As part of the street reconstruction, ACHD will also be filling in sidewalk gaps to increase connectivity, evaluating traffic calming elements where appropriate to improve safety and upgrading and/or installing pedestrian ramps to meet modern standards and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

After further evaluation is completed, ACHD will be reaching out to the neighborhood to gather feedback on the upcoming changes.

Construction is anticipated for 2024.

Project Purpose

  • Improve pavement conditions
  • Increase connectivity for all users
  • Improve safety

Project Description

  • Rebuild 9th Street, including new curb and gutter
  • Fill in sidewalk gaps and replace damaged sidewalk as necessary
  • Evaluate traffic calming elements - bulb outs, raised crosswalks, raised intersections
  • 9th and Hayes Intersection
    • Add Accessible Pedestrian Signals (APS)*
    • Update pedestrian ramps
  • 9th and Fort Intersection
    • Add Accessible Pedestrian Signals (APS)*
    • Update pedestrian ramps

*Accessible Pedestrian Signals (APS) communicate information about the WALK/DON'T WALK intervals in non-visual formats (i.e. audible tones and vibrating surfaces) to pedestrians who are blind or have low vision.

2024 Residential Capital Maintenance Project

The 2024 Residential Capital Maintenance Project includes several projects around Ada County. Please click on the links below to learn more about the other projects.

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