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Rebuilt I-15 Interchange at Hill Field Road open; Official grand opening Aug. 31

Article Published 08/26/2016

The new I-15 interchange at Hill Field Road (SR-232) in Layton is almost completely done and traffic is flowing through it. 
After a year of work, the structure work is done and crews are just finishing things up -- there are still barrels out there and will be for a little while yet while crews do landscaping, make adjustments to signals, etc.
The official grand opening of the project Wednesday, Aug. 31, 9:30 a.m., at the site.
For more information, contact the project team at 801-904-4064, e-mail “,” or visit “

-On the Hill Field Road paving project, from 1425 North to the Bernard Fisher Highway (SR-193), preparations for concrete placement are underway from 1900 North to 2800 North. Concrete placement will begin the evening of August 31. All concrete pours will take place during nighttime hours, and will take approximately two weeks to complete the concrete pours in this section. 
Traffic is currently shifted to the west side of the roadway and will remain in that configuration through October. One travel lane in each direction will be maintained on SR-232, and at the Antelope Drive intersection for this work. 
Motorists should expect heavy delays from 7 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. and from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. due to congestion around Northridge High School, so please use alternate routes, particularly if travel is time-sensitive, to avoid delays. 
Residents with specific issues can call the project hotline at 801-859-3770 for assistance. To stay up-to-date on construction activities email, or visit the project website

-Repaving on side street tie-ins on SR-109 (East Gentile Street and Oak Hills Drive) will continue through Saturday, August 27. Repaving on the roadway will begin the evening of Sunday, August 28 and will continue through the week. Work will start near the intersection of Main Street/East Gentile Street, moving east to US-89.
Residents can expect crews in the area from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. Traffic will be reduced by one lane in each direction during construction. However, on Oak Hills Drive between 1350 East and US-89, a pilot car will guide traffic in alternating directions during construction.  Motorists should expect a maximum of 15 minute delays during night work hours and may want to consider an alternative route. 
Updated information is available at “” or by emailing “”. Stakeholders can also call the project hotline at (801) 837-8403.
Project completion is expected by mid-September.  Additional information is available by contacting the project hotline at 801-888-3159, emailing or online at