Bulletin: UDOT weekly road construction Washington and Iron Counties

Image by Joyce Kuzmanic, St. George News

SOUTHERN UTAH-  Utah Department of Transportion has scheduled the following construction related activities In Washington and Iron Counties this week, June 22 through July 1.

St. George – I-15 Dixie Drive Interchangein the area of and near Interstate Highway 15, Mileposts 5 and 6:

Activity:

  * Crews working on the 270 East extension will be installing over 200 feet of new storm drains and several pre-cast inlet boxes to collect future storm water and transfer it to the drainage lines.

  * Excavation crews have begun to re-compact and haul more than 18,000 cubic yards of material which will be completed the end of June.

Impact:

  * No traffic impacts expected.

  * I-15 speed is reduced to 55 m.p.h.

  * The Dixie Drive Trail west of the tunnel is closed.

For more information on this and similar topics visit these links:

UDOT’s I-15 Dixie Drive Interchange project website.

UDOT’s proposed Bluff Street project.

Public meeting on Bluff Street project brings out opposition.

Proposed Bluff Street project – what property owners can expect

I-15 Truck Climbing LaneToquerville to Pintura exits

 Activity:

  * Earthwork for new lane.

Impact:

  * 11-feet lane widths.

  * Traffic lane shifts.

I-15 Hamilton Fort to North Cedar Cityin the area of Mileposts 52 to 61.

Activity:

  * Bridge work.

  * Installing concrete barrier.

Impact:

  * Reduced speed through work zone.

  * Monday

     I-15 Southbound left lane closed under the 600 South bridge.

     I-15 Northbound right lane closed near MP 57.

  * Tuesday

     I-15 Southbound left lane closed under the 600 South bridge.

     I-15 Northbound left lane closed near MP 57.

  * Wednesday

     I-15 Northbound left lane closed under the 600 South bridge.

     I-15 Southbound right lane closed near MP 54.

  * Thursday

     I -15 Northbound left lane closed under the 600 South bridge.

Cedar Canyon / Restore SR-14. – on State Route 14, in the area of Mileposts 7-18.

Activity:

  * Stabilizing slpoes at Milepost 7.

  * Structural work near Mileposts 10 and 17.

Impact:

  * The road is closed Monday through Thursday during daylight hours from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Fridays from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.

  * The road is open on weekends and evenings.

  * A small portion of the road is not paved.

For more information on this and similar topics visit these links:

UDOT’s Restore SR-14 website

Landlide closes SR=-14 east of Cedar City

UDOT to design new roadway after landslide closes SR-14 for months

 SR-143 Safety BarrierNear Brian Head.

Activity:

  * Barrier installation.

Impact:

  * Work extends two miles. Signalized one-way traffic, with delays up to 10 minutes.

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6 Comments

  • urbanboy June 25, 2012 at 4:55 am

    So..uh..how long is that Dixie Dr. interchange gonna sit looking deserted and ready to open for weeks. Sure would be nice to use it. They took over 2 years to build it, and now it’s just remaining closed for???

  • Barb June 25, 2012 at 4:58 am

    No kidding, right? What is the hold up? Dixie Dr has already been widened and ready to handle the extra traffic. Oh, please don’t tell me there waiting for a ribbon cutting and rootbeer floats on pioneer day or whatever bahahah!!

  • Jorge June 25, 2012 at 7:32 am

    Whats the big deal? It was never an interchange before, so whats the hurry? Looks lik they are landscaping the area and a road on the east side is under construction. It will open the end of July

  • Steve Robison June 25, 2012 at 8:40 am

    Yay let’s spray some tar and then throw gravel on Riverroad! Ugghhhh. I do not I stand why you do this on a highly trafficked road.

  • Barb June 25, 2012 at 4:31 pm

    Yo, it’s St. Geezy, there is no rush for road construction here at all cuz we have no bumper to bumper gridlock, so why would there be rush to open it? I’ll be surprised if it opens by this summer though.

  • Jade June 25, 2012 at 4:40 pm

    I understand that it wasn’t there before, but obviously they built it for a reason (convenience) hence why I’m so anxious for it to open. I live on the westside and cannot wait to use Dixie to get to the 15 instead of Sunset and Bluff!!

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