OUR MISSION

The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes Department of Transportation has a mission to develop, and deliver and operate comprehensive, reliable and responsive transportation facilities and services on the Fort Hall Reservation. By providing comprehensive transportation services, we enhance the ability of our community/members to receive services, education and address their needs, in a safe and efficient manner, while also enhancing tribal sovereignty and jurisdiction through community operated tribal programs and self-determination opportunities.

SERVICES

The Shoshone-Bannock Transportation Department main function is to service and maintain the Tribal road system.

ABOUT US

News & Publications

Safety Reminder

Remember to please practice safe & sober driving at all times. Don't be the one responsible for an accident, no matter how minor. Also make sure to use social distancing and to wear a mask when entering a public facility. That's a message from your good friends at Shoshone-Bannock Department of Transportation, where service isn't just a courtesy, it's a commitment. For more information, call (208) 237-1954, or follow us on facebook.com/shobantransportation to stay up to date.

If you tune in to KLLP / FM 98.5 on the radio around 6pm - 12am to here this announcement.

Sage Road Reconstruction Phase I

We are going to be reconstructing Sage Road. By doing so our first phase of the reconstruction is milling the current/existing asphalt making it a nice gravel like road base that can be maintenance for a year while the engineers are able to design the new road. During the second phase we will start on paving the road which is planed for 2022. If you any questions or concerns please tell us by submitting a form here.

Ross Fork Creek Road Reconstruction Project

Aug 2020

Finished paving with the three mile reconstruction of Ross Fork Creek Road. To finalize and finish the with new road marking will be in the spring of 2021. The was in a rough state before with horizontal cracking making the road bumping. With this reconstruction we also took out the old gay mine railway that ran through the road thus making the area where it ran through much smoother.

Exit 80 (Fort Hall Interchange) Reconstruction Project

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Exit 80 (Fort Hall Interchange) is the primary

entrance into the Fort Hall community from Interstate 15.

The goal of this project is to replace the sixty-year-old interchange with a new structure that will meet the community's needs for many years to come.

Construction is anticipated to begin in 2022.

360° Fort Hall Campus Area Panorama

The Fort Hall campus area, the image was taken March 2021.