EMERGENCY CONSTRUCTION ALERT
UDOT to use lane restrictions to avoid a full westbound closure. Below is the updated press release:
UPDATE: Bridge Repair Closing Westbound Lanes on Riverdale Road
Two lane, then single lane closures due to concrete repair work of rough bridge joints
Ogden - Utah Department of Transportation advises motorists that westbound Riverdale Road (SR-26) will be reduced to one lane at the Weber River Bridge, beginning tonight at 10 p.m.
These lane closures are necessitated by unscheduled work to repair bridge deck joints that have become uneven and rough. Crews will begin concrete work tonight to repair these joints, which will require a short-term closure to two westbound lanes of the bridge, beginning at 10 p.m. Then single lane closure westbound will be in effect beginning at 10 a.m. tomorrow morning, July 26.
This traffic pattern will then be repeated over the next several days, with two lane closures on Thursday and Sunday night at 10 p.m., followed by daily single lane closures until work is completed next Tuesday.
Traffic congestion is expected to be heavy during this work, so motorists who normally use westbound Riverdale Road (SR-26), should consider using 30 th Street ( SR-79) as an alternate to access I-15 or I-84, or the Riverdale Road commercial area west of the Weber River Bridge. Motorists desiring to travel eastbound on I-84, can also consider using southbound Washington Boulevard/US-89 to access the interstate highway of Uintah.
For up to date traffic information visit the UDOT Traffic website at http://udottraffic.utah.gov or download the free UDOT Traffic app for iPhones and Android Smartphones at the iPhones App Store or at Google Play.
CRACK SEAL PROJECTS
Crack seal projects will be taking place at various times and locations through the summer months beginning the week of May 10, 2017. The contractor will be delivering notices in the project areas to the residents and business at least one day prior to the actual work. If you receive a notice please have your vehicles and equipment off the street. This work is dusty so closing your windows and keeping vehicles as far up the driveway as possible would be a good idea. The work will impact travel, please be extra cautious as you travel though the work zones.
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.
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West Davis Corridor Study
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