By 2040, the Idaho Transportation Department wants to make Chinden Boulevard between Meridian and Caldwell and six-lane divided highway. Traffic moves through the intersection of Chinden and Linder Road on Tuesday.
By 2040, the Idaho Transportation Department wants to make Chinden Boulevard between Meridian and Caldwell and six-lane divided highway. Traffic moves through the intersection of Chinden and Linder Road on Tuesday. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
By 2040, the Idaho Transportation Department wants to make Chinden Boulevard between Meridian and Caldwell and six-lane divided highway. Traffic moves through the intersection of Chinden and Linder Road on Tuesday. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

State aims to widen Chinden between Meridian, Caldwell first to 4 lanes, then to 6

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