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Caution: Roadwork ahead — lots of it in Utah this summer
Transportation » UDOT expects to finish more projects than ever.

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All together, Njord said, projects this summer "will be delivering 171 lane miles of reconstructed or rehabilitated roadways."


At a glance

Orange cone alert

The Utah Department of Transportation says it will complete more highway projects than ever this summer. Among some expected to affect traffic the most are:

I-15, Lehi to Spanish Fork » Reconstruction is expected to be completed in December to add two lanes, but delays are expected all summer.

Mountain View Corridor » The first phase of a new highway about 5600 West from 16000 South to 5400 South should be completed.

I-80, from Salt Lake City to the Wyoming border » Projects will replace bridges, add climbing lanes and improve road surfaces.

I-15, 10600 South to 600 North in Salt Lake County » Nighttime work will bring lane restrictions, reduced speed and ramp closures for repair to concrete.

I-84, Mountain Green to Morgan » Traffic will be limited to one lane in each direction and wide loads will be limited for reconstruction there.

Source: UDOT

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