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Posted on: March 21, 2023

9800 South & Bangerter Interchange Update

9800 South & Bangerter

Bangerter will go under 9800 South similar to the intersections at 10400 South and 11400 South. UDOT will have a construction company under contract by July of 2023. Construction is expected to start late fall of 2023. Closure timing of the east/west traffic on 9800 South is still unknown at this time.

Some of the benefits to this interchange include

  • Increased Safety Most of the traffic will be grade separated so it will reduce the risk of collisions.
  • Reduce Travel Time Bangerter traffic will be free flowing with no traffic signal at 9800 South. The intersection will operate more efficiently because there won’t be a massive volume of traffic stopped on Bangerter.
  • Reduced Congestion More green time will be given to the east/west movement on 9800 South, reducing congestion on that road especially during the peak hours.

Our engineering department has provided the following timeline to help us better understand the process:

  1. In 2023, UDOT will do engineering, right of way acquisition, soil/utility investigations, demolition, cell tower relocation, and clearing in preparation for the construction of the interchange.
  2. In 2024, they will relocate utilities and build the future off-ramps for the interchange.
  3. In the last half of 2024 or early 2025, they will switch traffic to be diverted onto the newly constructed off-ramps and will start building the bridge. When they do this, the traffic signal at 9800 South will be removed and no east/west traffic will be able to cross over Bangerter Highway for approximately 10 months (similar to how the South Jordan Parkway interchange was constructed).
  4. In 2025, they will finish the bridge and install the new traffic signal.

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