Please take a look at our short video about the SR-193 Extension Project.
March 2014 – Here’s a brief update on the SR-193 Project
Granite Ames reached their milestone goal of Beneficial Occupancy on December 26, 2013, months ahead of schedule. This means that the road is open and operational but work is not completely finished. Between now and the contractual completion of the project, the public will have use of the roadway. Work will continue for the next several months with Project completion scheduled for Summer 2014. Construction on SR-193 started mid-December 2012. Work is weather dependent, but you will see crews working when weather permits.
Here are some of the upcoming activities you can expect to see:
- Seal coats on the asphalt and final striping on the concrete and asphalt will take place in the spring
- Landscaping will be finished in the spring
- Street lighting and fencing installation will continue into February
Please visit our Weekly Update page for the most current project activities.
South Main Street at 700 South – has been permanently closed and is now a cul-de-sac. Please use Center Street and 200 South to access South Main Street or H Street via SR-193. South Main Street is located just to the east of the UTA trail between 700 South and 200 South.
The UTA trail, between 200 South and 700 South (Phase 1), is closed. This section of the trail will be closed until summer 2014. The construction on the trail includes installation of a pedestrian crossing under the roadway at 700 South, and fixing the break in the trail due to the rail spur.
The Utah Department of Transportation will construct an extension of state Road 193, the Bernard Fisher Highway, from 2000 West (SR-108) on 200 South in West Point, to 700 South and State Street (SR-126) in Clearfield.
UDOT selected Granite Ames in September 2012 as the Contractor for the SR-193 Project.
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