RITTER DRIVE CONSTRUCTION
Work on phase two of the Ritter Drive reconstruction project is currently underway. This phase of the project will go from at 1500 W Ritter Drive to Freeway Park Drive. The project will include new water lines, storm drain lines, sidewalk, curb and gutter, and new asphalt. During the construction the road will only be open to local traffic.
To view proposed improvements to Ritter Drive click here.
SEWER LINE PROJECT
Crews will begin a sewer line project on 1150 West. The project will go from 5050 South on 1150 West and go north to the Golden Spike Park parking lot. The project will start on March 16, 2020. The road will remain open but there may be delays when traveling in the area.
I-15 EXPRESS LANE CONSTRUCTION
The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) is extending the I-15 Express Lanes from Layton Parkway to Riverdale Road. This project will help increase mobility and reduce congestion along I-15. Construction is expected to continue through fall 2020.
New I-15 Traffic Pattern in Davis and Weber Counties
North- and southbound I-15 will shift to a new crossover traffic configuration to allow crews to work in the median to widen and replace bridge structures.
Beginning early morning April 2, southbound I-15 in Clearfield from 200 South to 700 South will move to a crossover traffic configuration. One lane of traffic will cross onto the opposite side of the freeway, protected by a concrete barrier, and drive against traffic. Speeds will be 60 mph through the crossover configuration.
A northbound crossover from 800 North in Clearfield to 5600 South in Roy will follow in the weeks to come. The crossovers will be in the left lane for through traffic, so drivers needing to exit should stay right. There are no crossovers at 650 North to provide access to Hill Air Force Base.
The crossovers will continue through 2021. Drivers should follow posted speed limits and use caution.
For up-to-date traffic impacts: www.udot.utah.gov/i15express.
Construction schedules are weather-dependent and subject to change.
To view a flyer with additional information click here.
Roundabouts are designed to keep traffic moving through the intersection, meaning less stopping and reduced traffic congestion.
When using the new roundabout please remember:
- Travel in a one-way direction around the center island.
- Always yield to traffic in the roundabout.
- Do not stop if the way is clear.
For additional information on how to use a roundabout please click here.
West Davis Corridor Study
For the latest information on the West Davis Corridor study click the link before.
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