Ogden– The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) advises motorists of the following road construction and maintenance activities that may cause traffic impacts in the state’s Northern Region:
May 18-24: Work is underway on an auxiliary lane on northbound I-15, between 650 North (SR-103) in Clearfield and 5600 South (SR-97) in Roy. Crews are working Sunday through Friday, from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. nightly. During these nighttime closures, the outside lane of traffic may be closed or restricted. Daytime work in the interstate median or outside shoulder will also continue throughout the remainder of this project. Motorists should be alert for vehicles suddenly slowing down to enter, or leave this work area. Motorists with time-sensitive travel should consider alternate routes.
May 18-24: Construction work on Washington Boulevard, from 26th to 36th Streets is now underway. Crews have removed the old pavement and have replaced it with several inches of new asphalt on the roadway. Starting Saturday May 19, crews will begin placing a seal coat on the roadway, starting at 26th Street and moving south toward 36th Street and back in a “racetrack” configuration until the project is completed. While this seal coat is being placed, crews will work from 7 a.m to 9 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Additionally, NO PARKING will be allowed on Saturday May 19, along the south bound curb between, 26th Street and 36th Street from, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Local residents and businesses should expect to experience some construction related noise and occasional vibrations. For more information about the overall project call the project hotline at <a href=”tel:801-336-6977″ target=”_blank”>801-336-6977</a>, or email <a href=”mailto:email@example.com” target=”_blank”>firstname.lastname@example.org</a>.
May 24: The Region One Paving Crew will be conducting asphalt paving operations on SR-39 at milepost 2 and 3 on Thursday May 24. During this work, one lane of traffic will be maintained, with flaggers directing traffic. Motorists should approach this work with a heightened level of caution, reduce speeds, and follow the direction of flaggers. Those with time sensitive travel should consider alternate routes.
May 18-24: Construction of a cable median barrier will begin this week on I-84, between milepost 87 and 89. While most of this work will occur in the interstate median, motorists should be alert for construction vehicles slowing down to end this area, or entering the inside lanes to leave the construction zone.
May 18-24: Work is continuing on SR-252 (1000 West) as part of Phase One of the Tenth West Reconstruction. Work is underway to pave sections of the Logan River Bridge, and one lane of traffic in each direction is being maintained. Flaggers may be used at the bridge so travelers should be prepared to stop at any time for short periods. Meanwhile, the north-bound lane between the Logan River Bridge and 200 South, will be closed for the next week to facilitate the construction of curb and gutter. Sidewalk and landscaping work also continues, with this work being conducted off of the main roadway. Motorists should be alert for construction equipment working adjacent to active lanes of traffic, and construction vehicles pulling away from the curb at any time. For more information, e-mail <a href=”mailto:email@example.com” target=”_blank”>firstname.lastname@example.org</a> or call, toll-free, <a href=”tel:888-427-8585″ target=”_blank”>888-427-8585</a>.
May 18-24: Work is now underway on the repaving of 2500 North, between 600 West and Main Street (US-91). Crews are removing the old pavement and preparing the roadway to receive a new, long-life concrete surface. Travelers should expect lane closures, with one lane of traffic in each direction being maintained at all times, and a left turn lane at Main Street. Flaggers will be present, and motorists should travel cautiously and be prepared to stop at all times for construction work activities. Heavy traffic congestion is expected, especially during peak travel periods. Motorists with time-sensitive travel are advised to seek alternate routes, unless your business takes you specifically to this corridor, where businesses will remain open. For more information, e-mail <a href=”mailto:email@example.com” target=”_blank”>firstname.lastname@example.org</a> or call, toll-free, <a href=”tel:888-427-8585″ target=”_blank”>888-427-8585</a>.
May 18-24: Utility work is being completed on the Tenth West Project by a variety of utility companies in anticipation of construction work this fall and next year. Logan City Light and Power is relocating power poles to the east side of the roadway between 400 North and 1400 North. Additionally, Both Comcast and CenturyLink are updating infrastructure along 2500 North along the North side of the road, while CenturyLink is working on utilities on the west side of 1000 West between 300 North and 2500 North. Also, expect to see some water line work near the intersection of 2500 North and Main Street, as crews replace valves in the ground in this area. Utility work is being conducted Monday through Saturday, from 7 a.m. through 7 p.m., with occasional night work possible. For more information about this Tenth West Project-related utility work, e-mail <a href=”mailto:email@example.com” target=”_blank”>firstname.lastname@example.org</a> or call, toll-free, <a href=”tel:888-427-8585″ target=”_blank”>888-427-8585</a>.
May 18-24: Work is underway on a project to install cable for traffic signal management on US-89/91, between 1000 West and 100 North in Logan. This coming week, left turn lanes will be closed intermittently between 600 South and 1400 North to facilitate fiber optic cable tie-ins with the signals at the intersections within this zone. However all other traffic lanes will be maintained. Motorists needing to turn left anywhere on Main Street between 600 South and 1400 North may want to consider using 100 West as an alternate route as far as 700 North, and 200 West between 700 and 1400 North to avoid possible delays. This project will take approximately one more month to complete.
May 18-24: Work is proceeding on the installation of a new traffic signal at 1700 South and SR-165 in Providence. As a result of this work, 300 East in Providence is CLOSED at SR-165 Monday through Friday, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Additionally 1700 South is CLOSED 24 hours per day, from SR-165 to 135 West, Providence. This closure will remain in place until the intersection work is complete. With the closure of 1700 South, commuter traffic which normally uses this street to access US-89/91 must now use alternate routes, such as 1200 South. Access to the businesses on the east end of 1700 South has been maintained from US-89/91. For more information about this project please call <a href=”tel:%28801%29%20518-5066″ target=”_blank”>(801) 518-5066</a>.
Box Elder County
May 22: Crews will conducting shouldering work on SR-42 near Strevell, in preparation for a chip seal which will be applied between June 4-7. During this work, lanes may be restricted while shouldering work proceeds. Travelers should slow down and be prepared to stop at any time
May 18-21: Crews will conducting shouldering work on SR-83 in preparation for a chip seal which will be applied between May 29 and June 2. This work will begin north of the ATK administration building and continue for about two miles. During this work, lanes may be restricted while shouldering work proceeds. Travelers should slow down and be prepared to stop at any time.
May 22-23: The north-bound outside lane of I-15 will be closed between the Willard and Brigham City/US-91 (Exit 362) on Tuesday May 22, for pavement inspections. On Wednesday, May 23, the inside lane of south-bound I-15 will be closed from Brigham City to Willard, also for pavement inspections. On both days, these lanes are scheduled to be closed between 6 a.m. to 1 p.m. Closed lanes will be preceded by electronic signs indicating which lane is open, and motorists should immediately move into the open lane. Congestion is expected to be light, but motorists with time-sensitive travel may want to consider using US-89, from Brigham City (Exit 362) to Willard (exit 357) via SR-315.
May 20-24: Beginning Sunday May 20, work will begin on a project to repave US-89/91 between Brigham City and Sardine Summit. During this project, which is expected to last six weeks, one lane of traffic will be maintained at all times but traffic congestion may be heavy during peak travel times. During this project, motorists and truckers with time sensitive travel, may want to plan ahead and consider using alternate routes to and from the Cache Valley, such as SR-30 via I-15 at Riverside, or SR-30 via SR-38 at Brigham City.
May 18-24: Work is underway on the reconstruction of I-84, from Mountain Green (SR-167) to Morgan (SR-66). Crews will begin construction work on the Peterson interchange this week, which will require lane and ramp closures from time to time. Motorists may consider using the Old Highway as an alternate to I-84 to access I-84 east at Morgan or West at Mountain Green. Asphalt paving will also begin along the corridor this week, so motorists also should watch for an increase in construction vehicles within the I-84 corridor. Concrete paving is expected to begin in the coming weeks. Traffic is presently operating in the west-bound lanes of I-84, and is restricted to one lane in each direction separated by concrete barrier. Loads wider than 12-feet wide are prohibited on I-84 in the construction zone. The exception to this restriction is wide loads terminating in the Croydon or Morgan area west-bound from I-80 to I-84 at Echo Junction. These loads may be accepted on a case by case basis with advance notification. For more information on oversized loads routing call the UDOT Motor Carrier Division at <a href=”tel:801-965-4892″ target=”_blank”>801-965-4892</a>, the Echo Port of Entry at <a href=”tel:%28435%29%20336-5286″ target=”_blank”>(435) 336-5286</a>, or the Perry Port of Entry at <a href=”tel:%28435%29%20734-9414″ target=”_blank”>(435) 734-9414</a>. For general information about the I-84 Restore project, call the project hotline at <a href=”tel:801-336-6977″ target=”_blank”>801-336-6977</a>.
May 22-23: The Region One Paving Crew will be conducting asphalt paving operations on SR-66 at two locations, between milepost 11 and 12 on May 22, and between milepost 3 and 4 on May 23. During this work, one lane of traffic will be maintained, with flaggers directing traffic. Motorists should approach this work with a heightened level of caution, reduce speeds, and follow the direction of flaggers. Those with time sensitive travel should consider alternate routes.
May 18-24: Construction of a cable median barrier will begin this week on I-84, between milepost 105 and 107 between Morgan and Taggart. While most of this work will occur in the interstate median, motorists should be alert for construction vehicles slowing down to end this area, or entering the inside lanes to leave the construction zone, and be prepared to stop at any time.
Special Events Alert
May 19: The Ogden Marathon will be conducted on Saturday, May 19. During a portion of the marathon, runners will run on SR-39 in Ogden Canyon, which will be closed to vehicular traffic from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Motorists who would normally use SR-39 to access the Ogden Valley, should consider using I-84 to Mountain Green, then use SR-167, the <em>Trappers Loop Highway</em>, to regain SR-39 in Huntsville.
Alpine Highway Opening
May 19: SR-39, the <em>Monte Cristo Highway,</em> will open to all traffic for the summer season at noon on Saturday, May 19. SR-39 will open between milepost 37 at the Ant Flat Road area east of Huntsville, Weber County, and milepost 56 near Woodruff, Rich County. Once the gates are opened, the entire length of the roadway between these two points will remain in service through approximately mid-November. Though the highway will be open to all traffic, motorists are reminded that this highway is an alpine pass and they should be ready for winter weather driving conditions, which can strike at any time over the next month.
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