UDOT Northern Utah road report for June 12

Each week the Utah Department of Transportation releases a road report for Northern Utah, which details construction projects, anticipated delays and other crucial information for commuters. We provide this report to you on CacheValleyDaily.com for your planning convenience. UDOT Region One Road Construction Report for June 11-18, 2009

<strong>Logan</strong>

June 11-18: The Logan River bridge structure located on 100 East at 400 South in Logan, is closed to all traffic. Work is proceeding on the new bridge, as a part of the 100 East Project. During this phase of the project, access to Riverdale Avenue (500 South) can be gained via 400 East. The new bridge is expected to be completed by mid-July, and the public is asked to avoid this area when possible. Motorists are encouraged to reduce speeds and be alert to their surroundings when they approach this construction zone.

<strong>North Logan</strong>

June 12: From June 12 through June 19, crews will be finishing the ADA pedestrian ramp upgrades and conducting asphalt patching on US-91, from 1000 North in Logan to 800 South in Smithfield. The patching work will be conducted daily from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., with the outside lane blocked in the immediate area where patching is being completed. This closure will move with the patching crews, so motorists need to be alert to this situation, be aware if changes in lane configurations, and be prepared to stop at any time.

<strong>Brigham City</strong>

June 11-18: An road surface rehabilitation project is getting underway on SR-13/Main Street, 1100 South to 700 South in Brigham City. Crews will be removing the road surface with a rotomill, and replace it with a new asphalt surface. Lanes will be restricted during this project, and motorists should slow down and be aware of their surroundings while in this construction zone.

<strong>Mantua</strong>

June 11-18: Work is underway on a concrete median barrier being installed on US-89/91, from Mantua to Sardine Summit. Work will be carried out from milepost 7 to the summit, with a continuous barrier being installed between those two points. This project has begun with drainage improvements being placed in the roadway median between milepost 7 and milepost 8. Traffic restricted to one lane in each direction in this zone, and motorists are encouraged to reduce speed, be aware of their surroundings, and be prepared to stop at any time.

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