Ogden– The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) advises motorists of the following road construction and maintenance activities that may cause traffic impacts in the state’s Northern Region: Davis County Centerville Aug 26-Sept 1: Work continues on the construction of an auxiliary lane on north-bound I-15, between the 500 West on-ramp in Bountiful, and Parrish Lane, work each evening beginning at 10 p.m. until 10 a.m. the next day. Most of the time all lanes will be open, but occasionally the far right lane may be closed to facilitate construction work. Due to additional projects being completed by Davis County, Pages Lane will be closed or restricted where it passes under I-15 until the end of September. Motorists on Pages Lane should use alternate routes, and I-15 motorists should pay attention to advance warning signs and move to the left when directed by them to do so. For more information about this project, contact the project team at 801-448-2930, e-mail Iemail@example.com, or visit the project website at http://udot.utah.gov/main/f?p=100:pg:0:::1:T,V:3424. Bountiful Aug 26-Sept 1: Restorative work on the concrete underpass on SR-68 underneath the Bamberger Bridge at 500 W 200 South in Bountiful is underway. This work will require a closure of one lane and will take place between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. daily. The work is scheduled to be completed finished by October. Layton to Sunset Aug 28-Sept 1: The Region One Painting Crew will be painting crosswalks at various locations on SR-126 between Layton and Sunset, from Sunday, August 28, through Thursday, September 1. Work sites will occur interittently along this route, with crews blocking lanes while one section of pavement markings are placed. After that work is complete, the crew will move down the road to another location, and then return to the previous location to finish work in the other lane at that location. Traffic cones or barrels will be in place to protect areas of wet paint, so motorists should slow down and move to open lanes as soon as possible. Weber County Ogden Aug 29-31: From Monday, August 29, through Wednesday, August 31, maintenance crews will be conducting ditch and cut-bank work on SR-39 in Ogden Canyon, from milepost 9 at the mouth of the canyon on the west end, to milepost 14, just east of Pineview Dam. Crews will work from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. daily. Lanes are expected to be restricted or closed, and flaggers will be on hand to direct traffic around the work underway. This project is expected to be completed on Wednesday, August 31. Motorists should expect moderate to heavy traffic congestion, and those travelers to and from the Ogden Valley with time-sensitive travel, should consider using alternate routes, such as SR-167, the Trappers Loop Highway, via I-84 through Weber Canyon. Aug 31: Crews will close the south-bound inside (left) lane of Wall Avenue (SR-204) at 32nd Street on Wednesday, August 31, to allow crews to conduct work to repair an underground infrastructure issue. Work will take place between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., and flaggers will be on hand to direct traffic. Since there is the potential for moderate traffic congestion during certain time periods throughout the day, motorists with time-sensitive travel are encouraged to use Washington Boulevard (US-89) as an alternate route. Aug 26-Sept 1: Paving is complete on the 12th Street Re-paving Project between Washington (US-89) and Harrison (SR-204) Boulevard’s . However, traffic continues to be limited to one lane in each direction while crews finish surface grinding and prepare the roadway for final stripping application. The Washington to Monroe Avenue section of 12th street is expected to open to traffic on August 31. Meanwhile, the Monroe Avenue to Harrison Boulevard section remains closed while the concrete cures. For project information, call 800-676-12TH (800-676-1284) or email firstname.lastname@example.org Roy to South Willard Aug 28-Sept 1: The Region One Painting Crew will be painting crosswalks at various locations on SR-126 between Roy and South Willard, from Sunday, August 28, through Thursday, September 1. Work sites will occur interittently along this route, with crews blocking lanes while one section of pavement markings are placed. After that work is complete, the crew will move down the road to another location, and then return to the previous location to finish work in the other lane at that location. Traffic cones or barrels will be in place to protect areas of wet paint, so motorists should slow down and move to open lanes as soon as possible. Box Elder County Brigham City Aug 26-Sept 1: Lane restrictions are in place on both northbound and southbound I-15 between milepost 351 (Smith & Edwards) and the Brigham City 1100 South exit for concrete rehabilitation work. Crews are now working on dowel bar and concrete panel placement and smoothness grinding. At night between 7 p.m. and 9 a.m., I-15 is reduced to one lane in each direction in areas where work is occurring. Motorists should expect lane restrictions on freeway on- and off-ramps at the I-15/750 North Interchange (Exit 357). Larger vehicles, and vehicles hauling trailers or boats are especially advised to reduce speeds and use caution in the area. The use of Highway 89 or other alternate route is recommended at night. For more information, call 801-990-5555 email email@example.com. Honeyville Aug 26-Sept 1: Cable median barrier is being installed on I-15 between Calls Fort (milepost 365) and the Honeyville Interchange (Exit 372 to SR-240) in Honeyville. Lanes should rarely be restricted or closed, but motorists should be wary of vehicles suddenly pulling off or on to the roadway, and of workers and machinery working adjacent to open lanes of travel. For more information, call 801-990-5555 email firstname.lastname@example.org Riverside Aug 26-Sept 1: Concrete rehabilitation underway between 10th North in Tremonton and SR-30 in Riverside. Crews are working between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Project completion is expected by fall 2011. Loads wider than 12 feet are prohibited through this project, so riggers and other truckers should contact the State Motor Carrier Division office at (801) 965-4892 for wide-load routing information. For more information about this project, call 801-990-5555, or e-mail: email@example.com. Cache County Logan Canyon Aug 26-Sept 1: Workers are replacing guard rails and cattle guards on US-89 in Logan Canyon, between the Dugway and Beaver Mountain. As this work moves forward, lanes may be restricted or closed, with traffic directed by flaggers. This work will take until mid-September to complete. Delays of up to 10 minutes can be expected. Logan Aug 26-Sept 1: Work on Logan’s Main Street (US-89/91) “micro seal,” between the junction of Main Street and SR-165 on the south end of town and 1000 North, is nearly complete. Final work will involve both day and nighttime activities. Nighttime work will reduce traffic to one lane in each direction while crews work in that section. Right-turn movements and cross-street access will also be restricted in these areas between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. No parking will be allowed on Main Street in the areas where crews are working, so plan ahead. To stay informed during construction call the project hotline at 435-760-7356, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, or check out the project website at www.udot.utah.gov/go/loganmain Aug 28: 1000 West, from 1600 South to 1000 South will be closed Sunday, August 28, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. This closure is being put in place to accomodate work on the Logan River Bridge. Motorists must use alternate routes. 600 West or Main Street (US-89/91) are recommended. For more information, call toll-free 888-427-8585, email email@example.com, or visit http://www.udot.utah.gov/tenthwest. Aug 19-25: Excavation and preparation of the new acceleration lane from 1000 West to US-89/91 is underway and has closed the entrance to US-89/91 from 1100 West. Once the construction of the new acceleration lane from 1000 West is completed, 1100 West will be closed permanently at US-89/91. Local residents should begin using 1800 South as their access to 1000 West and all other points. For more information, call toll-free 888-427-8585, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit http://www.udot.utah.gov/tenthwest. Morgan County Morgan Aug 26-Sept 1: Pre-construction work is underway on a project to re-pave I-84, between Morgan (SR-66) and Mountain Green (SR-167). During the first phase of this project, west-bound traffic on I-84 will be crossed over into the east-bound lanes at Morgan, returning to the west-bound lanes at Mountain Green. Wide loads of over 14 feet are restricted at Echo Junction, and are being detoured west-bound via I-80. Local westbound loads may be allowed as far west as Morgan, with permitting from the Utah Motor Carrier Division. For wide-load permit information and routing assistance, truckers should contact the Echo Port of Entry, or the State Motor Carrier Division office at (801) 965-4892. For more information about this project generally, call 800-292-3557, or email email@example.com. Work schedules are subject to change at any time due to inclement weather, equipment availability, supply problems and/or emergency situations. Motorists are advised to reduce speeds and use caution when driving through work zones. A comprehensive list of all UDOT construction projects is available online at http://www.udot.utah.gov/main/f?p=100:pg:0:::1:T,V:6. For updates to construction traffic and transportation related-news in Region One, follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/UDOTRegionOne. For construction-related travel information in Region One or on a statewide basis, 24-hours a day, visit UDOT’s new and improved Know Where Know Why website at http://udot.utah.gov/knowwhereknowwhy. You can also get instant reports on road openings, temporary closures, and other real-time travel conditions UDOT’s Commuterlink Website at http://utahcommuterlink.com. 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