UDOT Completes Major Construction on Four Bangerter Highway Interchanges

For Immediate Release


UDOT Completes Major Construction on Four Bangerter Highway Interchanges

Construction schedules announced for additional interchanges at 6200 South, 10400 South, and 12600 South



SALT LAKE CITY (Nov. 19, 2018) – The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) announced today that major construction is now complete on four new interchanges along Bangerter Highway, and a project to build the next three interchanges at 6200 South, 10400 South, and 12600 South, will begin in 2020.


All lanes and ramps have now opened at the interchanges on Bangerter Highway at 5400 South, 7000 South, 9000 South, and 11400 South. Occasional short-term lane closures are expected during non-commute hours for the next several weeks as crews work to complete landscaping, striping, and other small details at the new interchanges.


The project to build these four interchanges is part of an ongoing effort to improve traffic on Bangerter Highway and meet the growing transportation needs of western Salt Lake County. UDOT has now replaced stoplights on Bangerter Highway with freeway-style interchanges, including on- and off-ramps, at seven locations (interchanges at 600 West, Redwood Road, and 7800 South were completed prior to this project).


To continue this effort, UDOT today announced that work to build new interchanges at 6200 South, 10400 South, and 12600 South will start in 2020. Previously, the interchanges at 10400 South and 12600 South were scheduled for construction beginning in 2022, but funds were transferred from other projects to complete these interchanges sooner.


In 2019, crews will relocate a section of the Jordan Aqueduct near 6200 South from under Bangerter Highway to west of the highway, prior to the start of major construction on the interchange itself. A similar relocation was completed near 5400 South in 2016.


During construction of the four interchanges, UDOT crews:

  • Worked nearly 290,000 man-hours
  • Placed 16 miles of concrete safety barrier and 10 miles of drainage pipe
  • Excavated or placed 2.2 million tons of dirt
  • Built seven new bridges and a new pedestrian overpass
  • Reduced planned full closures of Bangerter Highway by 75 percent (the project had planned to use up to 24 full closures, but only needed six)

Drivers with questions or concerns about the Bangerter Highway interchanges project can call the project hotline at 888-766-7623 or email the project team at bangerter@utah.gov.


Construction schedules are weather-dependent and subject to change. For the latest information on UDOT construction projects and traffic conditions statewide, visit the UDOT Traffic website (udottraffic.utah.gov) or download the UDOT Traffic app for iPhone or Android. Drivers can also follow UDOT on social media including Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.



Media Contact:

John Gleason

UDOT Public Information Officer


Cell: 801-560-7740


2 thoughts on “UDOT Completes Major Construction on Four Bangerter Highway Interchanges”

  1. Jason

    That was a really awesome video. Kudos to whomever produced it. Bangerter is getting better and better each year thanks to you all!

  2. Carey

    It’s very frustrating, as someone who uses Bangerter to commute to and from work to see that 104000 and 126000 on the plans in 2020. I commute from 134000 S to 1820 S. 104th and 126th have no where near the congestion that resides between 4100 S until the 201 connection.

    The bridge crossover idea isn’t in anyway functional in limiting bottle necks. A 1/3 of my commute time is spend from 3500 S through 201. It’s easy to see for someone whom is commuting the entire length of Bangerter where the construction efforts need to be placed and 104th and 126th definitely aren’t it.

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