Mountain Rides Transportation Authority is in the process of acquiring 0.75 acres of land in Bellevue’s light-industrial district to expand its existing facility to fit a future fleet of electric buses on the corner of Gannett Road and Clover Street.
Though Friedman Memorial Airport reported a 98 percent year-over-year decrease in commercial traffic for the month of May, overall operations were down only 4 percent last month due to an uptick in takeoffs and landings by private planes.
Construction crews got to work repairing sections of state Highway 75 last Friday, June 5. The roadwork seeks to mend damage inflicted by winter freeze-thaw cycles between Hailey and Lake Creek Road north of Ketchum. Here, crews were hard at work repairing damage at the intersection of Elkho…
Earlier this week, the Mountain Rides Transportation Authority stopped collecting fares to reduce person-to-person contact and protect its drivers from potentially sick passengers during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Friedman Memorial Airport saw a net positive flow of people enter the valley over the weekend, with seat map data showing inbound flights from the West Coast fuller than their outbound counterparts.
As schools in Hailey—and the Community Campus—go dark this week over fears of coronavirus, the Friedman Memorial Airport will continue operations as usual.
Citing an increase in enplanements, the Friedman Memorial Airport Authority board decided on Tuesday evening to approve a $71,350 work order with Boise-based T-O Engineers, allowing the airport to move ahead on a summer parking lot expansion project.