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Perrine Bridge Work to Start

Twin Falls (KLIX)- If you’re driving north this June you’ll need to be prepared to run into road work. Idaho Transportation Department Officials say crews will begin work on the Perrine Bridge on June 11th. The entire concrete roadway will be replaced on top of the bridge. Traffic will be reduced to one lane in each direction. Nathan Jerke with ITD says crews will start on one side and then move to the other.Drivers can expect about a month of work to the bridge. The walk ways will also be closed on the sides work is being done on. Jerke says crews will also perform other maintenance to the bridge.

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