If you live in the Nile area the department of transportation wants to tell you about plans to make your commute a little easier after that big landslide. It happened in 2009. A huge landslide covered State Route 410 in the Nile area. DOT spokesperson Summer Deery says construction crews need to strengthen the riverbank to prevent the new highway from eroding before the water level rises in the spring. Several buildings will be removed from the flood plain. Once groundwater levels recede in June, major construcion will begin on support walls and the new highway. How will construction affect residents in the area? You'll find out in a meeting at the Nile Valley Community Church set for 6 tomorrow night.