The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) will resurface state route 108 in Davis County from the 1200 West (milepost 0) to just west of Main Street (milepost .694). This project objectives are aimed at preserving the life of the roadway by preventing the deterioration of the road surface, address roadway imperfections, and enhance motorist safety.
Route: SR-108 / Start Milepost: 0 - End Milepost: .694
Days: Sun. PM - Fri. AM;
NOTE: Fri, Sat and Sun PM work planned for 7/7 Through 7/9
Hours: Nighttime hours; 7pm-6am
Schedules are subject to change due to weather conditions and material availability.
Construction Start: July 5
Details: Nightime work will begin removing sound barrier and installing the raised median on the west side of the Antelope Dr./Main Street intersection. Crews will lower utilities in the roadway in preperation for paving work
July 7 - Resurfacing work will begin along the entire route. Lane closures are expected; (SEE TRAFFIC IMPACTS TAB) The project team will be operating on each night of the first weekend; July 7, 8 and 9 to complete the primary paving work.
July 10 - Following the completion of paving work, crews will begin raising utility covers to be flush with the pavement. Roadway striping, messaging and crosswalks will be installed for approximately two weeks.
July 18 (updated) - Median curb will be installed on the West side of the intersection at Main Street(SR-126) and Antelope Drive(SR-108)
Construction End: Late July
Note: A second coat of final lane line painting will be applied mid-August. This will take one night to complete.
To contact the public information team with questions or concerns: