This Sept. 22, 2014 photo shows the Interstate 84 Exit 36 overpass at Franklin Boulevard in Nampa, looking west. The wider, resurfaced I-84 lanes abruptly stop at the Franklin overpass and narrow to two cracked, rutted lanes.
This Sept. 22, 2014 photo shows the Interstate 84 Exit 36 overpass at Franklin Boulevard in Nampa, looking west. The wider, resurfaced I-84 lanes abruptly stop at the Franklin overpass and narrow to two cracked, rutted lanes. Kyle Green Idaho Statesman file
This Sept. 22, 2014 photo shows the Interstate 84 Exit 36 overpass at Franklin Boulevard in Nampa, looking west. The wider, resurfaced I-84 lanes abruptly stop at the Franklin overpass and narrow to two cracked, rutted lanes. Kyle Green Idaho Statesman file

From the archives: ITD cancels I-84 makeover of Nampa-Caldwell section

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