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2000 West Syracuse to West Point

Construction Activities This Week: 06/21/18 - 06/28/18
  • Antelope Drive through 1275 South on 2000 West is now closed to all through-traffic until August 21. Detour routes include: SR-193, 700 South, and Antelope Drive to 1000 West or 3000 West. Please utilize designated detour routes, as they will get vehicles back on track in the easiest, safest way.
  • Next week is Syracuse's Heritage Days. Work will continue as usual during the festivities, and the closure of 2000 West between Antelope Drive and 1275 South will still be in place. Parking will be available as usual near Syracuse Elementary and CVS. The parade will be held June 30, with the same route as last year, beginning at the roundabout near 2700 South. For questions about the parade, please contact Tess with Syracuse City Parks and Recreation at 801-825-1477.
  • Crews are doing extensive utility work and excavation between Antelope Drive and 1275 South, which will continue for the next two and a half weeks. Any pedestrians in the area need to follow pedestrian access signs, and use extra caution while in the construction zone. Please note that the HAWK signal, the crosswalk between the two schools, is still operational, and should be used when crossing the street.
  • Paving on the east side of 2000 West from SR-193 to 300 North will continue through early July, including sidewalk, curb, gutter, and driveways. Please keep off the newly placed concrete to allow for cure time. Residents in the area can expect increased light, vibration, and noise associated with construction during paving. 
  • Street lighting continues to be installed throughout the project. 
  • Intermittent asphalt paving may take place along the corridor from Antelope Drive to 300 North as crews patch pipe trenches and pave tie-ins. Lane shifts and shoulder closures may occur.
  • Intermittent utility work will continue, weather permitting, throughout Summer 2018. Intermittent lane shifts and shoulder closures may occur during these times, so please be aware and watch for signage.

Schedules are subject to change due to inclement weather, equipment issues, or other unforeseen circumstances.

Long-Term Closure In Effect
Antelope Drive through 1275 South on 2000 West is now closed to all through-traffic until August 21. Detour routes include: SR-193, 700 South, and Antelope Drive to 1000 West or 3000 West. Please utilize designated detour routes, as they will get vehicles back on track in the easiest, safest way.
 
 
Local Resident Access
Access will be provided at Antelope Drive for those living at Hunter's Cove and moving southward. Please reference the map below. Access will be provided at 1275 South for those wishing to access areas past Hunter's Cove moving northward. All access points will be signed for residents living within the work zone. Please be alert and follow the signage as access points may change as the project continues. 
 
 
Utility Shutoffs
  • Utility companies may schedule intermittent shutoffs to accomplish their work. They will provide advance notice where applicable.  
  • CenturyLink is planning to do extensive utility work along the SR-108 project corridor. They are utilizing Fugal as a subcontractor for the job. If you have any questions or concerns regarding CenturyLink, please reach out to Brian May with Fugal at: 801-394-3752
Traffic Alerts
  • To accommodate the utility work between SR-193 and 300 North, there will be intermittent closures at 150 North, 100 North, and 75 South.
  • Intermittent turn lane, shoulder, and median restrictions may occur.

West Point Batch Plant Operations

  • The West Point Batch Plant near 75 North and 2000 West will continue operations through early winter 2018.
  • Nearby residents and businesses should expect increased noise, light, and vibration associated with construction. 

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Substantial completion of the project is projected for Winter 2018.

  

Photos Courtesy of Matthew Eccles 

HAWK Signal

Location:1503 South 2000 West – Near Syracuse Elementary/Jr. High
• The High-Intensity Activated CrossWalis now active.
• The video link below has some great information about the HAWK Signal that may be helpful:
https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=VJ5_pgKZ9SI

• When using the HAWK:
1. Push the button and wait for the signal lights to turn on
2. Look Left
3. Look Right
4. Look Left one more time, and . . . 
5. Make eye contact with the driver of an approaching vehicle, so that you make sure that you see them, and that they see you and understand that you want to cross.
6. Cross the street ONLY when the WALK symbol is on and the vehicle has stopped, or completely passed the crosswalk

 

  

 

Safety  

For your safety and the safety of those working in the area, please exercise caution, stay alert and be prepared.

Questions?

Please feel free to contact us at 801.336.6977 or 844.200.0937.

 



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2000 West Project Team Goals
  • 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 spring of 2017 with completion by November 2018
  • Complete the project under the $50 million budget

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