The difficulty — and perceived danger — of crossing Front Street, pictured here, and Myrtle Street in Downtown Boise has spurred an effort to change the layout of the corridor, which is part of the state of Idaho’s highway system.
The difficulty — and perceived danger — of crossing Front Street, pictured here, and Myrtle Street in Downtown Boise has spurred an effort to change the layout of the corridor, which is part of the state of Idaho’s highway system. Darin Oswald doswald@IdahoStatesman.com
The difficulty — and perceived danger — of crossing Front Street, pictured here, and Myrtle Street in Downtown Boise has spurred an effort to change the layout of the corridor, which is part of the state of Idaho’s highway system. Darin Oswald doswald@IdahoStatesman.com

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December 01, 2017 06:58 AM