Taylorsville City in coordination with the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT), is improving mobility and safety along Redwood Road between 4100 South and 5400 South (Taylorsville City, Utah). This corridor has a significant amount of traffic and experiences vehicle conflicts, crashes and congestion due to its many commercial and public accesses. The purpose of this project is to improve traffic flow and safety, remove obstructions near the road and enhance Redwood Road corridor.  

CONSTRUCTION UPDATES*

Please note that construction crews will be pausing work from early February to May 2024. Third-party crews will be present in the work zone on occasion.

 

Crews will resume work on concrete, landscaping, and asphalt construction activities in the spring.

 

PROJECT REMINDERS

 

SURROUNDING BUSINESSES & RESIDENTS CAN EXPECT:

 

 

 

 

  • Construction activities 5 days per week
  • Lane shifts and traffic delays 
  • Increased noise, dust, and vibration
  • Construction crews and equipment in the area
  • Two lanes of traffic open in each direction

 

 

 

PROJECT OVERVIEW

 

Taylorsville City, in coordination with the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT), is improving mobility and safety along Redwood Road between 4100 South and 5400 South (Taylorsville City, Utah). This corridor has a significant amount of traffic and experiences vehicle conflicts, crashes and congestion due to its many commercial and public accesses.

 

The purpose of this project is to improve traffic flow and safety, remove obstructions near the road and enhance the Redwood Road corridor.

 

 

ENHANCEMENTS INCLUDE:

  • Installation of right-turn pockets 

  • Consolidation of commercial and public accesses

  • Removal and reconstruction of curb and gutter, driveways, sidewalks, pedestrian ramps, roadway signage

  • Installation of pavement markings, drainage modifications and utility relocations

  • Relocation of overhead powerlines and power poles underground

  • Installation of bus pullouts, pedestrian benches and shelters at the UTA bus stops

  • Installation of wider park strips and improved aesthetics with landscaping​

 

* Construction schedules are subject to change due to weather, utility, and equipment delays. 

CONTACT US

 

Email: redwoodroadmobility@utah.gov

Hotline: 855-663-6800

Website: https://udotinput.utah.gov/redwoodroadmobility

 

 

ADJACENT PROJECTS

 

Redwood Road Updated

 

The Redwood Road Updated Project from 6200 South to I-215 is currently on pause until spring 2024. This project aims to improve traffic flow and increase safety on the corridor and at the interchange.

Hotline: 385-955-5595

Email: redwoodroadupdated@utah.gov

Web: udotinput.utah.gov/redwoodroadupdated

 

 

Schedule

July 2022: Contruction Begins

Summer 2024: Construction Ends

*Construction activity is weather, materials, and equipment-dependent and subject to change

 

Contact Information

Hotline: 855-663-6800

Email: redwoodroadmobility@utah.gov