Bangerter Highway Night and Weekend Lane Closures Scheduled to Begin Tonight
Concrete pavement maintenance scheduled
from 9000 South to I-15
SALT LAKE CITY (Aug. 1, 2016) – The Utah Department of Transportation advises drivers to plan ahead for overnight and weekend lane restrictions on Bangerter Highway from 9000 South to the I-15 interchange beginning Monday, August 1.
Bangerter Highway will be reduced to one lane in each direction during nighttime hours, starting as early as 7 p.m., with all lanes open by 5 a.m. while crews complete concrete pavement maintenance along an 11-mile section of the highway.
Drivers should also be aware that each weekend in August, Bangerter Highway will be reduced to one lane in the direction crews are working for the entire weekend (Friday night to Monday morning) to allow concrete to cure. The following schedule outlines which restrictions are planned for each weekend:
- Friday, August 5 – Sunday, August 7: westbound/northbound Bangerter Highway reduced to one lane.
- Friday, August 12 – Sunday, August 14: eastbound/southbound Bangerter Highway reduced to one lane.
- Friday, August 19 – Sunday, August 21: westbound/northbound Bangerter Highway reduced to one lane.
- Friday, August 26 – Sunday, August 28: eastbound/southbound Bangerter Highway reduced to one lane.
Construction schedules are subject to change due to weather or equipment issues. To reduce delays, UDOT suggests drivers use alternate routes and avoid Bangerter Highway if possible during nights and weekends in August.
This is the last in a series of pavement maintenance projects that have been completed on Bangerter Highway during the last few years. These projects extend the useful life of the road and provide a smoother, quieter ride for drivers.
Members of the public can contact the project team with any questions or concerns by calling the project hotline at 888-427-8585 or emailing email@example.com. Updated information regarding this and other UDOT construction projects is available through the UDOT Traffic website (udottraffic.utah.gov). Motorists can also follow @udottraffic on Twitter or download the free UDOT Traffic App, available for smartphones and tablets.