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2000 West Syracuse to West Point

 

Current Project Activities

Utility Work Scheduled To Begin In March

As part of UDOT’s 2000 West Reconstruction Project, utility crews (Questar, Rocky Mountain Power, CenturyLink, Syracuse City, Granite Construction, etc.) are planning to excavate, replace utilities and replace asphalt with temporary paving along the construction corridor to prepare for widening 2000 West.  

Residents should expect noise, light and vibration associated with roadway construction beginning March 6 through mid-April 9:00 PM - 6:00 AM near the 2000 West, SR 193 intersection and moving south through 700 South.  Temporary pavement will be placed in the reconstructed utility areas with new sidewalk, curb and gutter scheduled for fall 2017.

Roadway - By carefully coordinating with the utility companies, the project contractor has identified the areas and schedule that roadway construction will take place.  While this schedule is subject to change, the following describes how building the new 2000 West is currently planned.



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SR-193 Extension - As early as late spring, construction on the extension of SR-193 from 2000 West to 3000 West will begin.  UDOT is asking the contractor to complete this project as soon as possible to provide a helpful detour during construction of 2000 West.

Right of Way, Design and Engineering Activities Continue

The UDOT 2000 West Project Team continues conducting field surveys, counting traffic, and meeting with cities, schools, property owners, and other stakeholders to inform them about the project. Based on the input we have received thus far, the Project Team has established the following project goals to help ensure the project is a long term benefit to the Syracuse and West Point communities:

  • Provide a safe, high quality project that meets current and future traffic demands
  • Achieve a high level of satisfaction with motorists, property owners, and all stakeholders
  • Minimize traffic impacts and maintain safety, mobility, and access during construction
  • Safely accommodate and support pedestrian, bicycle, and transit use
  • Begin construction in the summer of 2017 with completion by November 2018
  • Complete the project under the $50 million budget

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