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:
North Salt Lake
Sept 28: Crews are conducting a warranty project to repair damage to the concrete roadway on north bound I-15 at milepost 313.5 in North Salt Lake. Crews will replace sections of the roadway with prefabricated concrete panels. Two lanes will be closed Friday, September 28, at 10 p.m. From 11 p.m. to 9 a.m., three lanes will be closed. Motorists should move to the left as soon as they see signs indicating that lanes are closed ahead. Motorists with time-sensitive travel should use US-89 in North Salt Lake, or I-215 NB as alternate routes.
Sept 28-Oct 4: A project is underway to remove and replace guardrails, repair concrete joints, and place new asphalt paving on the shoulders of I-84, between Riverdale Road (SR-26) and US-89 in Uintah. At least one travel lane will remain open each direction at all times, with some night work being conducted at the Adams Avenue/Toll Road Interchange. Motorists should reduce speed as they approach this work, be aware of their surroundings and be prepared to shift lanes as soon as they see signs indicating closures ahead. This project will take about one month to complete.
Sept 28-Oct 4: Work is underway on a project to rehabilitate the concrete surface of south-bound Interstate 15, between I-84 (Exit 340) in Riverdale and 200 South in Clearfield. Crews have begun smoothing out the southbound lanes by grinding down the uneven portions of the new concrete patches. This activity will require crews to take two lanes during off-peak nighttime hours from Sunday to Thursday 8 p.m. to 5:30 a.m., Friday 8 p.m. to 7 a.m. and Saturday 8 p.m. to 10 a.m.. Motorists should be aware of trucks hauling material in and out of the construction zone. Motorists should be aware of trucks hauling material in and out of the construction zone. Local residents will experience some construction related noise and vibration. For more information about this project or to discuss project impacts, e-mail
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Sept 28-Oct 4: Crews are conducting utility work between 1050 West and 1075 West on US-89 in Pleasant View. Traffic has been reduced to two lanes separated by traffic management devices in this area, and is shifted to the west side of the roadway. Electronic signs precede this work, and motorists should slow down and prepare to move over as soon as they see these signs.
Sept 28-Oct 4: Work is nearing completion on the US-89 6600 South Realignment and Signal project in Uintah. Combe Road will be closed Friday, September 28, to allow for microsurfacing, but it will re-open on Saturday September 29. Throughout the coming week, crews will be working on striping and signing the new 6600 South, as well as seeding the disturbed areas. The new signal on US-89 at the new 6600 South will be operational by the end of next week and traffic will shift onto the new road at that time. As a reminder, the old 6600 South access to US-89 has been closed and vehicles are detouring to 6550 South to access US-89 until the new intersection is ready. For more information contact the project team at (801) 349-3238, or email <a href=”mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org”>email@example.com</a>.
Sept 28-Oct 4: Construction of a cable median barrier is almost complete in the median of 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 enter this area, or entering the inside lanes to leave the construction zone. For more information call 801-336-6977, or e-mail <a href=”mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org”>email@example.com</a>.
Sept 28-Oct 4: Work is proceeding on project to add safety improvements to SR-158, from Pine View Dam to milepost 8.1. Shoulder work will continue at the “Y” intersection at 2200 North and SR-158 as crews finish realigning the intersection. Drivers should use caution and anticipate possible delays. Paving of the North Fork Bridge is scheduled for early next week as crews continue making improvements. Drivers can anticipate possible delays and see one-lane restrictions in the area for approximately two weeks. Temporary lane restrictions will also be in place along SR-158 as crews perform remaining minor work at Willow Brook Lane and Moose Hollow Drive. More extensive work including road widening and road excavation continues at the Elkhorn Drive and Fairways Drive intersections. The roadway will be reduced to one lane where intersection work is taking place. Please consider using alternate routes if your travel is time-sensitive. For more information call the project hotline 855-762-7623 or email <a href=”mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org”>email@example.com</a>.
Sept 27-Oct 4: 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. Questar Gas has begun to relocate gas lines between 300 and 1800 North. Logan City Light and Power is also relocating power poles to the east side of the roadway between 400 North and 1400 North. Finally, both Comcast and CenturyLink are updating infrastructure along 2500 North along the North side of the road. 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:firstname.lastname@example.org”>email@example.com</a> or call, toll-free, 888-427-8585.
Oct 3: On Wednesday October 3, crews will be conducting flood prevention work on US-89 in Logan Canyon, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., just west of SR-243, the <em>Beaver Mountain Highway</em>. Because blasting will be involved in this work, there will be temporary road closures in both directions from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., not expected to exceed 15 minutes each. Flaggers will be on hand to direct traffic, and motorists are asked to stop and proceed only at their direction. Motorists with time sensitive travel should plan ahead and consider alternate routes.
Box Elder County
Sept 28-Oct 4: Crews are conducting utility work at 8700 South on US-89 in Willard. Work is being conducted from 8 a.m to 5 p.m. Traffic lanes have been restricted in this area, and is shifted to the west side of the roadway. Signs precede this work, and motorists should slow down, and be prepared to stop at any time.
Mountain Green to Morgan
Sept 28-Oct 4: Work is nearly complete on the reconstruction of I-84, from Mountain Green (SR-167) to Morgan (SR-66). Crews are completing a variety of punch list items along the roadway, necessitating lane closures intermittently throughout the corridor. Crews work from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m., six days per week. WIDE LOAD ROUTING: Loads wider than 12 feet are still prohibited between Uintah and Morgan. For more information on oversized loads routing call the UDOT Motor Carrier Division at 801-965-4892, the Echo Port of Entry at (435) 336-5286, or the Perry Port of Entry at (435) 734-9414. For general information about the I-84 Restore project, call the project hotline at 800-292-3557, email <a href=”mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org”>email@example.com</a>, or visit the website at <a href=”http://www.udot.utah.gov/i84restore/content.aspx?id=6&menu=riverdale”>http://www.udot.utah.gov/i84restore</a> and click on the “Construction Info” tab.
Sept 28-Oct 4: Construction of a cable median barrier is underway on I-84, between milepost 105 and 107 between Morgan and Taggart. While most of this within 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 Event Alert
Sept 29: Logan Main Street (US-89/91) will be used for the Utah State University Homecoming Parade on Saturday, September 29, between 8 a.m. and noon. The parade route will occupy Main Street from 200 South to 900 North North-bound US-89/91 traffic will be diverted off of Main Street to Logan City streets beginning at 300 South. South-bound US-91 traffic will be diverted from Main Street at 1000 North. It is recommended that all through traffic, or motorists with time-sensitive travel by-pass the downtown Logan area by using SR-252, beginning at 1000 West south of Logan, and West 2500 North to 1000 West, in North Logan.
— UDOT —