December 13, 2019
Safety Service patrol begins Friday, December 13
The Idaho Transportation Department is launching a safety patrol and courtesy towing service on Friday, December 13 to assist disabled vehicles and keep traffic moving safely through the Interstate 84 construction zone in Nampa.

The Safety Service Patrol will operate Monday-Friday during the morning and evening commutes:

  • 5 a.m. to 9 a.m. between the Karcher/Midland and Garrity interchanges, and
  • 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. between the Ten Mile and Karcher/Midland interchanges.

Disabled cars, trucks or motorcycles will be towed to the Jacksons parking lot near the Franklin Boulevard Interchange (1407 N. Franklin Blvd.). Motorists will be responsible to arrange to retrieve their vehicles within 24 hours.

Although the Safety Service Patrol will be out actively searching for disabled vehicles, drivers can still call 911 or *ISP in an emergency. For more information, click here .
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