For Immediate Release
State and city leaders to officially launch construction of I-15 Technology Corridor
Gov. Herbert will conduct a site tour via drone before unveiling official project rendering and augmented reality simulation
WHAT: Gov. Gary R. Herbert will officially launch construction of the Utah Department of Transportation’s (UDOT) I-15 Tech Corridor project in Lehi by piloting a drone for a pre-construction site tour.
The project will widen I-15 in the heart of Silicon Slopes with two new lanes in each direction from Lehi Main Street to S.R. 92. It will also alleviate east-west congestion in this busy area by building a bridge at Triumph Boulevard, adding a one-way frontage road system from 2100 North to S.R. 92 and reconstructing those two interchanges. In addition, the project will construct 17 bridges and include several bike and pedestrian improvements.
WHEN: Wednesday, April 25, 9 a.m.
9 a.m. Welcome remarks by UDOT Executive Director Carlos Braceras
9:05 a.m. Remarks by Gov. Gary Herbert
9:10 a.m. Remarks by Sen. Stuart Adams
9:15 a.m. Virtual video tour of project via drone, piloted by Gov. Herbert
9:35 a.m. Unveiling of project rendering
9:40 a.m. Augmented reality simulation of Triumph Boulevard Bridge and media one-on-ones
WHERE: UCCU Building, 7th Floor, 3333 N Digital Dr, Lehi, UT 84043
Gov. Gary Herbert
UDOT Executive Director Carlos Braceras
Sen. Stuart Adams
Lehi Mayor Mark Johnson
Members of the House and Senate Transportation Committees
Members of the Utah Legislature
Utah Transportation Commissioners
- Augmented reality simulation of project
- Drone flight and footage of I-15 in Lehi
- Project rendering
UDOT Public Information Officer