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*The UDOT Projects website should be accessed using the Projects & Studies tab above. The UDOT Projects website contains information about projects from around the state and includes a description, funding information, location and current status.
West Davis Corridor
S.R. 193 (Bernard Fisher Hwy)
Bangerter; 13400 S CFI
S.R. 92/Timpanogos Hwy
2013 Top 10 Projects
I-15, St. George Blvd
Logan Tenth West
In order to make Utah's transportation system as efficient as possible UDOT is allowing solo drivers to use the Express Lane for a fee. The fee depends on the current traffic conditions and carpoolers are still free. >>More
The loss of just one life is too many. This is the philosophy of Zero Fatalities. It's a goal we can all live with. It's the ONLY goal we can all live with. >>More
SNAPô is a fun and comprehensive program for walking and biking safely to school that engages and educates students, parents, school administrators, crossing guards and communities. SNAPís first priority is student safety, with the goal to help make the roads around schools safer. >>More
As Utah continues to experience unprecedented growth, challenges inevitably follow. To address some of the transportation challenges created by this growth, UDOT developed TravelWise -- a set of strategies that encourage Utahns to use alternatives to driving alone. >>More
Motor vehicle traffic crashes are the leading cause of death for teens nationwide. Utah teen drivers represent a small percent of all licensed drivers, but they cause more than three times as many crashes as the average driver. To address this public safety concern, Zero Fatalities came up with a program for teens called 'Don't Drive Stupid.' >>More
It's one of those lessons we all learned early on in life; when you give respect, you get respect. And nowhere is that more true than on Utah's roads, where drivers and cyclists meet in potentially life-threatening situations thousands of times a day. The Road Respect program is dedicated to the idea of teaching both drivers and cyclists the rules of the road. >>More
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