Ada County Highway District

Shamrock Bikeway

General Description:

Ustick Road and Shamrock Avenue: Construction to Start

Construction on the first phase of the Shamrock Bikeway project will begin with the Ustick Road, Cloverdale Road to Five Mile Road project which starts in late November. Work includes:

  • Installing a pedestrian/bicycle signalized crossing at the intersection of Shamrock Avenue and Ustick Road.
  • Constructing a 10-foot bicycle pathway on the portions of unopened ACHD right-of-way on Shamrock Avenue between Gunsmoke Road and Ustick Road, and Arch Street and Montana Street.

More information about the Ustick Road, Cloverdale Road to Five Mile Road Project is available.

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McMillan Road and Shamrock Avenue Pedestrian Signal

  • Install a pedestrian/bicycle signalized crossing at McMillan Road and Shamrock Avenue to improve bike and pedestrian connectivity.
  • Construction scheduled for 2014.

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Fairview Avenue and Shamrock Avenue Pedestrian Signal

  • Install a pedestrian/bicycle signalized crossing at Fairview Avenue and Shamrock Avenue.
  • Construct a 10-foot bicycle pathway on the portions of unopened ACHD right-of-way south of where Shamrock Avenue ends to connect to Emerald Street.
  • Construction is scheduled for 2015.

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The Shamrock Bikeway Concept Report was adopted by the Ada County Highway District Commission on April 24, 2013.

Concept Report - all

 

Chapters:

  
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The Ada County Highway District (ACHD) and the City of Boise are working on a proposal to create a north/south bikeway along the Shamrock Avenue Corridor between DeMeyer Park on the north, and President Drive on the south. Several different treatments are proposed along the corridor including new striping in the street, signage, and signalized pedestrian crossings at major roadways. Please note that the signalized pedestrian crossings will not predetermine future traffic signal locations. 

 

What is a bikeway?
A bikeway is a street that accommodates both vehicles and bicyclists in the same travel lane. Normally, the most suitable streets for shared use are those with low speeds or low traffic volumes.

 

February 28, 2013 Open House Materials

Click on the image below to review the displays and maps from the open house. This is a large file. Smaller versions of the individual displays and maps can be found under "Related Documents" on the right.

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October 25, 2012 Open House Materials

Click on the image below to review the displays and maps from the open house. This is a large file. Smaller versions of the individual displays and maps can be found under "Related Documents" on the right.

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Time Frame

Start Date:
2015
End Date:
November 25, 2015

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