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CONSTRUCTION UPDATE

Update | March 2024

INTERCHANGE CONSTRUCTION UNDERWAY

Crews have started work constructing the new interchange at Bangerter Highway and 4700 South.

 

Starting Wednesday, March 6, drivers can expect lane shifts and closures at the 4700 South intersection of Bangerter Highway. This traffic pattern will be in place through June 2024 to allow for a safe work zone for ongoing utility relocations. 

Eastbound Travel

This new traffic pattern will close the dedicated right turn lane from eastbound 4700 South to southbound Bangerter Highway and one of the through lanes heading eastbound on 4700 South. Drivers will still be able to make a right turn onto Bangerter Highway using the shared through/right turn lane at the intersection.

 

Westbound Travel

This new traffic pattern will close the dedicated right turn lane from westbound 4700 South to northbound Bangerter Highway. Drivers will still be able to make a right turn onto Bangerter Highway using the shared through/right turn lane at the intersection. 

See graphic below for details. 

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Mountain View Corridor Temporary Lane Closures

As part of the Bangerter project, on Friday, March 8, crews will begin paving the inside shoulders along Mountain View Corridor (MVC) in both directions between 12600 South and 13400 South to prepare the new construction storage site. To accommodate the paving work, crews will temporarily close lanes and shift traffic from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on weekdays until the paving is complete.

Mountain View Corridor Storage Site

As part of the Bangerter project, crews will use the empty space on Mountain View Corridor (MVC) between 12600 South and 13400 South as a storage site. Activities at this site could include material hauling and storage, recycled concrete crushing operations, machinery storage and other construction needs as necessary. This storage site will be in place for the duration of the Bangerter project, which is anticipated to be completed by the end of 2025.  

 

Bangerter Highway and MVC are coordinating on utilizing the empty spaces along MVC to reduce the expensive and long hauling distances to landfills. This demonstrates UDOT’s commitment to one of its core values, to be fiscally responsible. UDOT sees recycling of concrete, which for this project will be reused on Bangerter Highway, as an innovative transportation solution. Recycling of concrete also contributes to UDOT’s efforts to reduce construction waste in landfills and importing materials from gravel pits. 

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Nearby residents can expect increased noise, dust, vibration and construction vehicles entering and exiting the site. Due to night noise restrictions, most activities will only be conducted during the day. 

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