An 11 million dollar road rehab project started this week along a 40 km stretch of highway 2 near Nampa. A total of 4 intersections along that portion of road will see improvements, while recycled asphalt will be used to smooth out portions of the highway and a bridge deck. The work is expected to wrap up by mid-October. Until then, speed limits will be reduced to either 80 or 50 km an hour, and traffic will be reduced at times to alternating, single lane controlled by traffic lights or flag people. Motorists are reminded to slow down and obey all signs, signals, and flag people, as speeding fines are double in construction zones.