15 miles of Mountain View Corridor opened December 15, 2012 in Salt Lake County from 16000 South to 5400 South. In fall of 2011, three miles opened in Utah County at 2100 North between I-15 and Redwood Road.
UDOT continues to prepare for the next phase of construction of the Mountain View Corridor. Rocky Mountain Power and Kern River have relocated major transmission lines from 4700 South to 3500 South. The Hillside Elementary playground was reconfigured and a 2-million gallon water tank was relocated in preparation for future phases of Mountain View Corridor construction. UDOT is continuing to acquire properties in the future construction area.
Funding of $180 million has been allocated to extend Mountain View Corridor from 5400 South to 4100 South. UDOT is using the design-build construction method for the next construction phase. After a Request for Proposals (RFP) is released and a contractor is selected, major construction of the next phase of Mountain View Corridor is projected to begin in 2016. The Transportation Commission has allocated $500 million to extend Mountain View Corridor from 4100 South to S.R. 201. Construction of the future roadway could begin as early as 2018.
Mountain View Corridor Map
|Current Intersection/ Future Interchange||Future Intersection/ Future Interchange||Construction Funded from 5400 S. to 4100 S.||Initial Transit Project||Future Transit Project|
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