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Posts Tagged ‘Utah Department of Transportation’

Utah DOT: October Region 2 News Update

Friday, October 27th, 2017

In this month’s Region Two News Brief, we review the major construction projects across the Salt Lake Valley and look ahead to 2018. This episode of Region Two News recaps some of the high volume projects happening around Salt Lake County including : The Bangerter 4 interchanges; an update and look ahead into 2018 I-215; […]

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Utah DOT: Pedestrian Bridge Over Bangerter Highway (Time Lapse)

Wednesday, September 27th, 2017

UDOT closed Bangerter Highway near 7000 South the night of Aug. 19 while crews installed a new pedestrian bridge. The bridge is part of the Bangerter Interchanges project. UDOT is building a freeway-like overpass at 7000 S. This new pedestrian bridge over Bangerter Highway replaces one that was removed earlier this year to make room for the overpass.

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Saratoga Springs, UT: Preparing Redwood Road for the Future

Wednesday, July 5th, 2017

The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) will improve Redwood Road south of Pioneer Crossing in Saratoga Springs over the next two years. The improvements, which are scheduled to begin this summer, are designed to reduce congestion and extend the life of the roadway.

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West Jordan, UT: Timelapse – Moving the Bangerter Highway Pedestrian Bridge

Friday, June 16th, 2017

And just like that, a pedestrian bridge on Bangerter Highway disappeared overnight (thanks to the hard work of our crews). The bridge was removed to make way for a new freeway-like interchange at 7000 South. The bridge will be relocated in Salt Lake County.

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Utah DOT: CANgineering – Canned Food Sculpture Competition

Wednesday, November 16th, 2016

As part of the 206 UDOT Annual Conference, teams compete to build the best sculpture using canned food. The winners are selected by popular vote and all the food is donated to the Utah Food Bank.

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Utah DOT: Protecting Both Drivers and Wildlife

Tuesday, October 18th, 2016

Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) crews started building one mile of wildlife fencing on westbound I-80 near Jeremy Ranch on Friday. The new wildlife fencing is the first phase in a long-term plan to reduce wildlife and vehicle collisions in Parleys Canyon.

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Utah DOT: The Point Project Now Complete

Thursday, October 6th, 2016

The barrels are gone, all lanes are open, and The Point project on I-15 is now officially complete. This two-year, $215 million project widened I-15 to six lanes in each direction between 12300 South in Draper and S.R. 92 in Lehi, a distance of approximately seven miles.

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Layton, UT: Time-Testing ThrU Turns

Monday, September 5th, 2016

We put the ThrU Turns on Hill Field Road to the test. This video shows how long it took to get from Main Street to Southbound I-15 before construction, compared to now with the ThrU Turns.

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Utah DOT: Repaving “Forrest Gump Hill”

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2016

Did you know Forrest Gump ended his years long run here in Utah? UDOT is starting a new repaving project in that area this week. The repayment of U.S. 163 will improve mobility and safety on 10 miles of highway, including the popular “Forrest Gump Hill.”

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Utah DOT: Hydro Demolition

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2016

The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) is utilizing an innovative system of high-pressure water jets to refurbish bridge decks on the I-215 project. This is one of the first times UDOT has used this hydro demolition process to reconstruct a bridge deck, and the first in the Salt Lake Valley. Hydro demolition will allow crews to be more precise while refurbishing the bridge, which saves time and money.

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