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Hill Field Road repaving on hold; Night paving on Oaks Hills Drive

Article Published 08/08/2016
On the Hill Field Road paving project, from 1425 North to the Bernard Fisher Highway (SR-193), asphalt removal and preparations for concrete placement from 1900 North to 2800 North remains on hold while additional design work is completed and the construction plan is updated due to unanticipated conditions in the roadway substructure. 
It is anticipated that work will resume in late August, but may be earlier if new plans come together sooner than expected. 
Traffic is currently shifted to the west side of the roadway and will remain in that configuration for approximately six weeks. One travel lane in each direction will be maintained on SR-232 and at the Antelope Drive intersection for this work. It is imperative that motorists pay attention to the traffic barrels, lights and other direction at this intersection.
-Residents with specific issues can call the project hotline at 801-859-3770 for assistance. Motorists are encouraged to use alternate routes, particularly if travel is time-sensitive, to avoid delays. To stay up-to-date on construction activities email, or visit the project website

Starting Aug. 8, night work will begin to prepare SR-109 (Oak Hills Drive to East Gentile Street) for a resurfacing project. Residents can expect crews in the area from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. nightly. During construction, traffic will be reduced by one lane.
On East Gentile Street, between Main Street and 1350 East, traffic will also be reduced to one lane open in each direction during construction.
On Oak Hills Drive, between 1350 East and US-89, a pilot car will guide traffic in alternating directions.  Motorists should expect a maximum of 15 minute delays during night work hours, and those with time-sensitive traffic may want to consider alternative routes.
-Updated information is available at “” or by emailing “”. Stakeholders can also call the project hotline at 801-837-8403.

-Work on the new I-15 interchange at Hill Field Road (SR-232) in Layton continues. Hill Field Road impacts are fairly minimal this week. Most work is out of the way of traffic. But the interchange ramps, specifically the southbound on and off ramps, will see night time closures while crews stripe, set guardrail, and work on the shoulders. Sign and signal installation continues project wide. 
The week of Aug. 8, crews will begin the application of the final applications of asphalt pavement, specifically on Main Street. Left turns remain prohibited to those exiting the freeway, so follow the signs and use the ThrU-Turns adjacent to the interchange. Left turns onto I-15 are still permitted. Trucks are encouraged to use the Layton Parkway (exit 330) and Antelope Drive (exit 332) exits to access the industrial areas west of I-15.
-For more info contact the project team at 801-904-4064, e-mail “,” or visit “”