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Latest Update: UDOT Redwood Road at I-215 Interchange Improvements

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Construction Update

July 19, 2018

This Week's Activities:

Center Street to Close at Redwood Road for Water Line Replacement!

Beginning Friday evening, July 20, at 10 p.m., and continuing nightly from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m., until complete*, crews will begin installation of an upgraded 18-inch water line in the intersection of Redwood Road and Center Street in North Salt Lake. This activity requires alternating closures of the east and west legs of the intersection.

North- and southbound Redwood Road will remain open.

Center Street will experience alternating closures from 700 West to Redwood Road (east leg first) and from Redwood Road to Cutler Drive (west leg second). Please follow posted detours.

Pavement rehabilitation on Redwood Road involves removing and replacing 3 inches of asphalt pavement between 500 South and Center Street through mid-August.

Pavement work is scheduled to take place nightly from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m.

Construction may require temporary lane closures, alternating one-way traffic with flagging operations, and temporary access closures.

Nearby residents should expect increased noise and vibration associated with construction.

Traffic on Redwood Road between Center Street and I-215 is shifted to the east while crews work on the west side of the roadway. Southbound lanes may be reduced to one lane during non-peak hours. Plan ahead and expect delays.

Business access will be maintained.

No U-Turns permitted between I-215 and Center Street.

Obey reduced speed limits. Expect congestion during rush hours. Consider alternate routes.

*In observance of Pioneer Day, work will be suspended Sunday, Monday and Tuesday nights (July 22-24).


I-215 is undergoing concrete replacement in both directions from 2100 North to I-15.

Concrete paving is complete on I-215 between Redwood Road and 2100 North. While it appears no work is being done, concrete pavement is required to cure for seven to 14 days before opening to traffic.

The northbound I-215/Legacy Parkway traffic split will be in effect until concrete has reached the required strength. Single lane closures may be in place during non-peak hours Monday-Friday for grinding and striping.

Beginning Friday, July 20 at 10 a.m., the southbound ramp from I-15 to I-215 will be reduced to one lane for concrete paving. This configuration will remain in effect through Monday, July 23, at 5 a.m.

Westbound I-215 is REDUCED TO ONE LANE approaching the Redwood Road interchange. Construction-related congestion is anticipated during this work, so be alert for slowing and backing traffic to avoid rear end collisions. Those with time-sensitive travel should consider alternate routes.

Stabilization of the ground where the new bridge will be built is ongoing. Work includes import of new base materials, footing preparations, and wall installation.

Questions? Concerns? Contact Us. 

UDOT has established a project-dedicated public involvement team for this project. You can learn more or ask questions using the information below.

Project Hotline: 800.292.3557


Project Website:

Area Projects

Concrete repair work along I-215 is underway in both directions between S.R. 201 to 2200 North. The roadway repair work includes repairing joints, filling cracks and voids, rehabilitating the concrete with rapid setting materials, and leveling out the roadway surface. Additional work will include a new shoulder and median barrier.

This project is anticipated to be complete by late summer 2018.

For more information about this project, please visit:


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