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Utah DOT Marks Completion of Largest Project in the Last Decade

LAYTON, UT — The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) marked the completion of the US-89 highway project with a community celebration in Layton, Utah. Crews widened the highway from Main Street in Farmington to SR-193 in Layton, installed new pavement, and built four new interchanges with on- and off-ramps to improve traffic flow and enhance safety.

Utah Senate President Stuart Adams, Utah House Speaker Brad Wilson, Layton Mayor Joy Petro, Kaysville Mayor Tamara Tran, other city and county officials, and community members joined UDOT Region One Director Rob Wight and employees from UDOT and Oak Hills Constructors (the US-89 contractor) in a walk/roll/run/ride along new frontage roads and bridges built by the US-89 project from the Antelope Drive Park and Ride to the Oak Hills Drive Park and Ride.

The US-89 reconstruction is UDOT’s largest project completed since 2012, when I-15 CORE in Utah County and the first section of Mountain View Corridor in Salt Lake County were both finished.

The Utah Department of Transportation keeps Utah moving by partnering with contractors, consultants, vendors, and public entities to build and maintain roads as well as look to non-traditional solutions like walking, biking, and transit to meet the demands of the changing and growing state.

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