Traffic work slows downtown Logan commuters temporarily

UHP Sgt. Cade Brenchley and other troopers directing traffic and Main and Center in Logan, while electricians replace the traffic lights, Thursday (Oct. 25).

LOGAN — Traffic in downtown Logan was partially snarled Thursday morning while crews replaced the traffic lights at Center Street and Main Street, US-89/91. Utah Highway Patrol troopers sectioned off the intersection at 9 a.m., limiting traffic in only certain directions while electricians worked in bucket trucks on the lights.

Electrician replacing the traffic light at Center Street and Main Street, in Logan, Thursday morning (Oct. 25).

UHP Sgt. Cade Brenchley said traffic along Main Street was only able to travel north and south through the intersection. No one was being allowed to turn left or right.

Center Street traffic was also limited to right turns only. No one was able to drive east or west through the intersection during the closure.

Brenchley said electricians had the lights replaced and the intersection reopened by 11 a.m.  Two similar closures are planned for Friday at 1700 South and Park Ave., and 2200 North and Main.

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