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Update | February 1, 2024

STORM DRAIN WORK

Crews are currently working on the storm drain and pond on the southwest side of Bangerter Highway at 13400 South. This work includes daytime and nighttime activities. Increased night noise will continue throughout the project. 

Vehicles are not allowed to park along Innovation Drive on the southwest side of Bangerter Highway as it a construction site entrance.

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ROSE CREEK CANAL WORK

Crews continue work on the Rose Creek Canal that runs along Bangerter at 13400 South. To accommodate this work, crews shifted lanes on southbound Bangerter Highway just past the intersection at 13400 South.

Drivers should slow down, use caution and watch for workers while in the work zone.  

What to Expect

  • Temporary lane closures 

  • Increased vibrations during daytime work 

  • Reduced speed limits

  • Trucks entering and exiting the work zone  

  • Increased noise, dust and overhead lighting  

  • Minor traffic delays 

TRAFFIC SHIFT

The merge lane from eastbound 13400 South to southbound Bangerter Highway has been modified to one lane. This traffic shift will allow additional room for crews to work on the Rose Creek Canal. For the safety of both the traveling public and the construction crews, please use caution in the work zone by reducing your speed, following all traffic control and signage, and being aware of construction workers. 

PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE REMOVAL

Crews have permanently removed the pedestrian bridges at 13400 South and 2700 West.

Please enjoy this timelapse showing what went into this work!

Visit the 2700 West website to see the timelapse video for that  intersection.

WHAT TO EXPECT DURING CONSTRUCTION WORK 

Work on the Bangerter South project has begun. During construction, drivers should expect lane shifts and traffic delays. Temporary lane closures during the day and at night are possible as crews complete various construction activities. Please note that even though you might not see workers actively working on the roadway, the traffic control devices are in place for a reason, including the safety of both drivers and crew members.  

What to Expect: 

  • Increased noise, dust and vibration 

  • Overhead lighting for nighttime activities 

  • Temporary lane closures 

  • Trucks entering and exiting the work zone  

  • Traffic shifts throughout the project area 

  • Reduced speed limit in the work zone 

  • Traffic delays, so please plan additional travel time 

MEET THE CONTRACTOR EVENT

Click on the below images to review the materials presented at the Meet the Contractor open house.

Meet the Contractor boards
13400 South Scroll plot
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