ABOUT THE PROJECT
As part of a proactive effort to address the immediate and long-term traffic needs on Bangerter Highway, UDOT will construct improvements at the intersection of Bangerter Highway and Redwood Road. The project will include a grade-separated single-point urban interchange (SPUI).
The community surrounding Bangerter and Redwood Road continues to grow at an accelerated pace and these improvements are part of a long-range plan that will accommodate immediate and long-term traffic demands as well as increase mobility. In addition, the grade-separated SPUI will improve safety for those commuting through the area by reducing conflict points. Construction began in June 2014 and is expected to be complete in spring 2015. UDOT is committed to completing the project with as little inconvenience to the public as possible.
TRAFFIC SWITCH AS EARLY AS THIS WEEKEND
As early as Sunday afternoon, Nov. 16, crews will switch traffic in the following locations:
- Eastbound and westbound Bangerter traffic switched to the outside lanes
- Turn movement from eastbound Bangerter Highway to northbound Redwood Road relocated to
the temporary road at 13920 South
As part of the traffic switch, crews will implement lane reductions on Bangerter Highway as early as Friday night, Nov. 14, through Sunday afternoon, Nov. 16, for striping, signal work, shoulder work and other construction activities. Expect increased noise, dust and vibration during these activities.
This work is weather dependent and may be postponed due to inclement weather.
The temporary traffic pattern that was implemented in August will remain in place. Use caution while navigating the new changes.