Tagged ‘U.S. 89’
Two New Interchanges and a New Connection between I-15 and U.S. 89 Open
Posted on: August 20th, 2021
Completed interchanges at Gordon Avenue and Oak Hills Drive in Layton provides new east-west connection for two major highways UDOT announced that two new U.S. 89 interchanges in Layton at Gordon Avenue and Oak Hills Drive open Sunday night, Aug. 22. At the same time, a new 3-mile extension of Gordon Avenue will open, providing […]
First New Interchange Open on U.S. 89 Project in Davis County
Posted on: July 30th, 2021
New interchange at 400 North in Fruit Heights (Kaysville 200 North) removes a stoplight for U.S. 89 drivers and improves access to and from the highway The first new interchange on U.S. 89 in Davis County is now open and is part of the state’s second-largest highway construction project. The new 400 North interchange improves […]
UDOT Places Beams for New U.S. 89 Interchange in Layton
Posted on: March 25th, 2021
On Monday night, crews from UDOT’s U.S. 89 project placed nine beams for a new interchange bridge at Gordon Avenue in Layton. Check out the time-lapse video below: These beams were placed over the future southbound lanes of U.S. 89. During construction in this area, both directions have been temporarily shifted to the southbound lanes. […]
Year-end Construction Totals for 2020
Posted on: December 17th, 2020
Continued investment keeps highways in good condition and helps accommodate statewide growth UDOT completed 135 projects statewide during 2020, with a total value of $1.05 billion. Utah is one of the fastest-growing states in the country, and UDOT is continually working to meet current and future transportation needs while keeping the existing highway system in […]
Layton Water Tank Dismantled on U.S. 89 Project
Posted on: October 12th, 2020
The Utah Department of Transportation dismantled the old Layton City water tank near the intersection of Oak Hills Drive and U.S. 89. The city recently constructed a new water tank that is now in operation, and the old one is being removed to accommodate construction on the U.S. 89 widening project. Crews are building a […]
Runaway Truck Escape Ramp in Garden City Opens
Posted on: October 8th, 2020
Cable barrier system to enhance safety on U.S. 89 A new truck escape ramp has opened on U.S. 89 west of Garden City. The catch-net cable system is new to Utah and uses a series of cable nets to stop runaway semi-trucks coming out of Logan Canyon. In the past two years, this area has […]
UDOT gets an extra $60M to finish US 89 rebuild
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LAYTON — UDOT will receive an additional $60 million to finish a rebuild of U.S. Highway 89 through Layton, the agency said Monday.
Planners budgeted nearly half a billion dollars for the U.S. 89 rebuild project from Kaysville and Fruit Heights through Layton, when the Utah Department of Transportation asked for an extra $60 million to complete the final stretch. The Utah Transportation Commission approved the request at its meeting last week.
Driver feedback leads to more money
The section of U.S. 89 from S.R. 193 in north Layton to Interstate 84 had been left out of the plan because of budget constraints, but Zach Whitney with UDOT says people were concerned about finishing the entire project.
"This was honestly a direct result of that feedback; a direct result of people asking when we were going to address that area," Whitney told KSL NewsRadio.
Including the final stretch of the project is also important to state Sen. Stuart Adams, R-Layton, who says he's worked for years to get the project done.
"The highway is probably most impactful to those who are in South Ogden," Adams said. "And those who are in Morgan. Morgan County is exploding."
Adams pointed out that the state of Utah has funded and built several other projects of similar and even larger scale in northern Utah County and on the Mountain View Corridor in southwest Salt Lake County in the past few years. His concern about U.S. 89 through Layton is one of the issues that got him involved in politics years ago.
Work continues on US 89 rebuild
In the meantime, work is moving ahead on the U.S. 89 rebuild, with three interchanges in the Kaysville and Fruit Heights area nearly finished.
"They're doing a lot of the paving work right now," Whitney said. "We anticipate that those interchanges are going to be open this summer."
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WHAT TO EXPECT IN FRUIT HEIGHTS
400 North: The interchange at 200 N./400 N. is now open. Finish work
will continue through 2021, but traffic flow will be maintained. U.S. 89
will remain narrowed while the bridge at Nicholls Road is constructed.
Nicholls Road: Now that the 200 N./400 N. interchange is open, UDOT
closed Nicholls Rd. at U.S. 89 for approximately 24 months while crews
work to install a bridge over U.S. 89. Traffic on U.S. 89 will shift as
crews work on the Nicholls Rd. portion of the project.
Mill & Overlay Work: Beginning in August, Fruit Heights City will
complete mill and overlay road projects on Country Lane
(from 400 N. to Raymond Rd.) and along Village Way and Signal Hill.
Residents on these streets are asked to NOT PARK ON THE STREET
during the month of August. This is a maintenance technique that removes
the top 2” layer of the street, then a new layer is put in place.
Lloyd Road: Lloyd Road is closed north of Bogey Lane through early
August. Traffic should use Eagle Way as an alternate route while crew
perform a bore to install a sewer crossing underneath U.S. 89.
West Frontage Road: Curb, gutter, and preparation for asphalt paving
are planned from Green Rd. to Bogey Way in early August. Residents
can expect an increase in vibration and construction activity during the day.
Finally, for the public’s safety, UDOT is asking that people stop walking and riding through the construction areas as there is a lot of work that is occurring. With all the heavy equipment and construction vehicles, it is difficult to see people walking or riding bikes. UDOT is worried about an accident and need your help in obeying all construction signs and road closures. Please be respectful of the heavy equipment and the work that is occurring along the HWY-89 corridor.
• Utility Interruptions - Residents should expect intermittent utility interruptions (i.e. water, power, phone, etc.) during the next several months. As the City is made aware of scheduled disruptions, information will be disseminated to you through the City’s social media accounts and website.
The U.S. 89 project will improve safety and mobility by widening U.S. 89 to three lanes in each direction, and by adding bridges over U.S. 89 with on/off-ramps at 200 North/400 North, Oak Hills Drive, Gordon Avenue and Antelope Drive. Additional bridges will be built over U.S. 89 at Nicholls Road and Crestwood Road. Some sections of new frontage road will be constructed to improve access to existing frontage roads and local streets. This will help local traffic access the new interchanges and crossings efficiently. The frontage road system will also function as a signed bicycle route.
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