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Work on the 3200 West Safety and Widening project, from 10431 South to 10600 South, is scheduled to begin on Tuesday, May 26.
UDOT and South Jordan City will construct a Safety and Widening project along 3200 West, from 10431 South to 10600 South. The project will install new sidewalk, as well as traditional curb and gutter, along the east side of this segment to improve pedestrian safety. In order to achieve this, this section of 3200 West will also need to be slightly widened to the west, to make room for the new east-side elements. Some drainage improvements and utility adjustments are also included in the project.
Upcoming Work Activities
- Crews will start by performing shoulder work, tree removal, and water meter relocations for the first few days, in preparation for major work activities to begin.
- Beginning the first week of June, crews will saw-cut and remove asphalt from the roadway.
- Following asphalt removal, crews will begin installing drainage pipe and irrigation boxes on the west side of the road.
*Schedule subject to change due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances.
- During construction, motorists should anticipate minor travel delays during work hours, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
- One lane will remain open in each direction the majority of the time, but there will be intermittent occurrences of one-way traffic guided by flaggers.
- There will be NO LEFT TURNS from northbound or southbound 3200 West onto 10400 South.
- The sidewalk will be closed on the west side of the work zone. Pedestrians should plan to use an alternate route.
- Property and business access along the corridor will be maintained.
- For your safety and the safety of tho
- se working in the area, please exercise caution, mind the flaggers, stay alert, and reduce speeds while driving through construction zones.
- Motorists are reminded to watch out for trucks entering and leaving the work zone.