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4 thoughts on “About”

  1. James Kearl

    I work at 4446 W. 1730 S. and I turn into the development going north bound on Bangerter and turn west on 1820 S. This turning intersection is horrible in the morning. I can wait for three lights before turning and most of the time the line going south on bangerter is very minor only about 4 or 5 cars deep. This left turn light used to be great and it allowed a ton of people to turn in on it. Now a lot of cars will turn east on 1820 and flip a U-turn so they can get through the intersection without having to wait 10 minutes. This left turn light needs to be looked at and increased. The wait will go all the way south back to the light on the overpass during the morning commute.

  2. Craig Christainson

    I work near the Junction of I-15 and 600 N in Clearfield, and every afternoon the junction gets jammed with two very long lines of cars trying to turn left under the bridges in both directions. These lines block each other as well traffic trying to move straight under the bridge. It would be nice if the junction was more like the junction of Timpanogus Highway (90) and I-15 near Thanksgiving Point.

    The same could probably be said for the I-15/Hill Field Road Junction.

    If this is not possible in the short-term, maybe there would be a way to adjust the signals under the bridges to get the same flow of traffic. The lights on 650 N would also need to be coordinated with the nearby intersection of 650 N and Main Street to get good traffic flow.

  3. Becky Parker

    Thank you for contacting us about the issue. I have entered the information into our Click ‘n Fix application. You will be receiving notification of this and any updated information from our regional personnel.

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