UDOT road construction advisory for Washington, Iron counties

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SOUTHERN UTAH – The Utah Department of Transportation has released its weekly construction update for Region 4, in which Washington and Iron countries are located. What follows are the various UDOT road projects taking place in the counties, and the expected impact they will have on traffic from Sept. 1 to Sept. 9.

UDOT officials do not expect any traffic impacts on Labor Day.

Washington County

I-15 Truck Climbing Lane
Contract: A-T Asphalt Paving
Amount: $3,162,355
Location: Toquerville to Pintura Exits
Traffic Impact: 11-foot lane widths and traffic lane shifts.
Activity: Earthwork, also paving in northbound lanes.

S.R. 18 Redhills to milepost 6.5
Contract: A-T Asphalt Paving
Amount: $2,358,950
Location: Bluff Street north of Redhills Parkway for 2.5 miles.
Traffic Impact: Traffic will be reduced to single lanes in each direction and potential delays of up to five minutes for blasting operations will occur. People are asked to respect the safety of others in the work zone.  Cyclists and pedestrians are advised to use the trail system adjacent the work zone for the duration of construction.
Activity: Earthwork and hauling material.

Iron County

I-15 Lunt Park Rest Area
Contract: Mel Clark, Inc.
Amount: $633,435
Location: North of Paragonah.
Traffic Impact: Rest area is open.  Please respect work zone barricades and follow traffic control signs.
Activity: Concrete work.

I-15 Summit To Paragonah
Contract: W. W. Clyde & Co
Amount: $11,236,000
Location: Mileposts 69 to 83
Traffic Impact: Weekday single lane closures during construction hours.
Activity: Paving and bridge repairs over I-15.

Restore 14 (project website)
Contract: Kiewit Infrastructure West
Amount: $14,924,148
Location: S.R. 14 Cedar Canyon, mileposts 7 to 18.
Traffic Impact: Flagging operations, also alternating single lane traffic with short signal delays at mileposts 9 and 17.
Activity: Structural work near milepost 17 and safety items along the corridor.

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