There is a damaged signal light at the intersection of Kimberly and Hankins Roads. The city of Twin Falls is scheduled to have contractors work on the traffic light on Wednesday, January 17.

Scheduled Traffic Signal Repair for January 17th

Credit City of Twin Falls
Credit City of Twin Falls

Beginning at 9:30 AM, there will be temporary traffic controls in place for the duration of the repair work to be done. It is expected to be done by the end of the day. Drivers should take caution and watch for flaggers directing traffic during the project. Motorists are encouraged to avoid the intersection if possible. If not possible to avoid the intersection altogether, expect delays.

Drivers are reminded that there are increased fines and penalties in work zones. Please slow down and pay attention. Any questions about the project should be directed toward Electric One West at 208-735-9578.

Be aware the weather may slow the progress of this particular project. This contracted work was scheduled before winter weather hampered travel.

Signal Light Wiped Out in Twin Falls

Motorists are also warned of another traffic signal light that has been damaged at the intersection of Addison and Washington. Tuesday morning, a driver lost control of their vehicle and damaged a signal light pole on the south side of Washington. Drivers are encouraged to take alternate routes to avoid the intersection. It is currently functioning as a 4-way stop. There are lane restrictions in place, and motorists are cautioned to take additional time to move through the area. The signal pole on Washington has been completely removed at this time.

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