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Tour of Utah Stage 5 in Layton on Aug. 5

Article Published 08/02/2016
Stage 5 of the Tour of Utah bicycle race will traverse portions of Layton City on Friday, Aug. 5. At approximately 2:05 p.m. Friday, the racers will exit I-84 and travel southbound on Highway 89 through Layton City.
During the race, passing is not permitted by any motor vehicle along the road being used by the cyclists or authorized race vehicles. Traffic is allowed to follow behind the race, but only at the same speed as the race, which averages 22 to 28 miles per hour. If motorists are traveling in the opposite direction of the race, the Utah Highway Patrol will control traffic at certain intersections, with a rolling road closure.
On Twitter, @UDOTRegionOne will tweet closures in real time.
-Here’s a complete itinerary of Friday’s race through Davis, Weber and Morgan counties:
The Tour of Utah, Stage 5, will begin at Antelope Island Road at the causeway/island roadway junction, and finish at 20 South Main Street (SR-106) in Bountiful. Stage 5 route will begin at Antelope Island State Park. The race includes the cyclists and caravan vehicles, who will come across the causeway and proceed east on Antelope Drive to 2000 West (SR-108), where it will turn north to 1800 North and turn west on SR-37. 
The tour will follow SR-37 and SR-134 before leaving the state system in Plain City and passing through Pleasant View and North Ogden, climbing over the North Ogden Divide, and then circling Pineview Reservoir. In Huntsville, the race will rejoin the state roadway system on SR-39, proceeding to Trapper’s Loop Highway (SR-167), before entering I-84 at Mountain Green.
Motorists should expect delays on I-84 for seven miles, from approximately 1:40 to 2:15 p.m. The race will exit I-84, traveling south on US-89 and passing through East Layton, Kaysville and Fruit Heights from 2:05 to 2:35 p.m. In Farmington, the race will travel south on North Main Street (SR-106), continue south through Centerville, and reach Bountiful, using Pages Lane and turning right on 400 East, between 2:30 to 3:20 p.m. 
In Bountiful, the race will leave the state roadway system, using local streets for about an hour before ending at 20 South Main Street at about 4:30 p.m.