TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX)-Road work at a Twin Falls intersection east of town will force road closures this weekend. The City of Twin Falls announced repair crews will begin work Sunday, March 6, to replace a damaged traffic signal at Hankins Drive and Addison Avenue. The work will shut down the intersection to non-local traffic. "During signal replacement on Sunday, both lanes on Hankins Road South from Falls Avenue to Kimberly Road will be closed to thru traffic. And both lanes on Addison Avenue East from Eastland Drive to Champlin Road will also be closed to thru traffic. Non-local traffic should use Kimberly Road or Falls Avenue, as well as Eastland Drive or Champlin Road, to detour around the project area." said the city in the announcement. The work on the signal should wrap up later Sunday afternoon. The next day, March 7, other crews will begin work on a manhole installation at the same intersection, closing it down again. According to the city, Hankins Road South between Addison Avenue and Elizabeth Boulevard will be closed to thru traffic until March 12.

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