This page will be updated weekly with information about the U.S. 89 Project being done by UDOT.
If you have questions about the project, feel free to contact a member of the project team at the information below:
July 16, 2020
U.S. 89 will be reduced to one lane on Friday, July 17 from 9 pm until 8:30 am Saturday, July 18 and then again at 7 pm Saturday night through 5 am Monday, July 20 while crews shift the lanes to the east between Crestwood Road and Green Road and relocate the U.S. 89 at 200 North/400 North intersection. See below for more information.
As early as the night of July 17, all lanes on U.S. 89 will be shifted to the east between Crestwood Road and Green Road. Two lanes will remain open in each direction, separated by barrier. Lane and shoulders will be narrowed. Please drive with caution and follow the posted speed.
An additional shift of the U.S. 89 lanes to the east between Cherry Lane and Tanglewood Dr (125 North) is expected in late July/early August. These shifts will allow for construction of the new bridges and west-side interchange ramps for the new 200 North/400 North and Oak Hills Drive interchanges through 2021.
Area residents on the west side of U.S. 89 can expect an increase in construction activity in this area through 2021.
Intersection Location Change
Overnight Saturday, July 18 crews will relocate the traffic signal and intersection of U.S. 89 at 200 North/400 North slightly to the south. Access will remain open to, from and across U.S. 89 at this new location which will be in place into summer 2021.
This shift will allow for construction of the new bridge and 200 North/400 North interchange ramps through 2021.
A temporary relocation of the Oak Hills Drive intersection is planned in early August. Stay tuned as dates are confirmed.
Crestwood Road Closure
As early as Monday, July 27, Crestwood Road will be closed on the west side of U.S. 89 through approximately August 23 while crews install new sewer and water lines. Traffic will be detoured to Mutton Hollow Road and Thornfield Road during this work.
The depth and location of these utilities will require a full road closure for motorist, pedestrian and crew safety. Additional utility work is anticipated in this area later in the summer or early fall and may require an additional closure or traffic shift.
Area residents should prepare for an increase in noise and construction activity in the area during this work. Work is primarily planned during the day, but some nighttime work may be necessary.