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Redwood Road project moves to second phase

By Linda Petersen
The UDOT Redwood Road project in Saratoga Springs, which began last summer, is anticipated to be complete this fall. In the meantime, work including microsurfacing, pavement striping and landscaping continues.

In the first phase of the project south of Pioneer Crossing the new five-lane road from 400 South to Lake View Terrace Road opened in recent weeks. Dual left-turn lanes on Grandview Boulevard have also been completed. Utility work, landscaping and cleanup are ongoing at the Parkway Boulevard entrance.

Second-phase work is expected to commence shortly on the continuous-flow intersection at Pioneer Crossing.

Crews are currently placing base materials for the new multiuse trail from Pioneer Crossing to 400 South and the new sidewalk south of Grandview Boulevard. The concrete sidewalk is scheduled to be poured at the end of June. These additions will connect existing trails and sidewalks in the area. Expect shoulder closures in these work zones.

The road from Lake View Terrace Road to Village Parkway will be widened from two to five lanes. New traffic signals will be installed at Ring Road and Stillwater Drive.

Bike lanes will be extended from 400 South to Village Parkway and a new bike signal will be installed at Pony Express Parkway.

Geneva Rock has been selected as the contractor for the second phase of the project.

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