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I-15 Technology Corridor Update

By Linda Petersen
Work is ongoing on the I-15 Technology Corridor between Lehi Main Street and SR92. Crews have shifted traffic for a temporary configuration of five lanes in each direction during construction and have begun demolition work.

Work began on the southbound I-15 ramp to S.R. 92 in mid-May. The ramp will be temporarily widened to the inside to maintain the existing three lanes of traffic.

Dominion Energy will be working in the area to remove a gas line adjacent to I-15 through the summer.

I-15 in both directions at 600 East will be closed for one night June 2 beginning at 10 p.m. to demolish the bridge there. Lane closures on I-15 will begin at 10 p.m. Saturday, June 2 with the full closure from midnight to 8 a.m. Sunday, June 3.

State Street at I-15 will be closed for two nights in June for bridge demolition. (UDOT is currently waiting on permits to schedule a date.)

600 East at I-15 will close June 1 for up to six months. The Lehi Rail Trail at I-15 will close in early June and remain closed through late 2020.

The project will include two additional travel lanes in each direction, a new bridge over I-15 at Triumph Boulevard (near Mountain Point Medical Center) and one-way frontage roads between S.R. 92 and 2100 North with redesigned interchanges at S.R. 92 and 2100 North. Bridges will be reconstructed at cross streets and railroad crossings.

Work on the project is planned to be completed in late 2020.
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