Upcoming Activities

As early as Friday, May 10, 2024, the final asphalt paving will take place on the west side of US-91 (Smithfield Main Street). 

Drivers can expect lane closures on Main Street and turning restrictions at 100 North as well as traffic delays and congestion throughout the corridor. 

Final work includes: pouring concrete curb, gutter, and sidewalk, milling the temporary asphalt and placement of permanent asphalt, placement of safety fencing on the culvert, and other punch list items.

Due to weather delays, work is scheduled to be completed by May 12, 2024. 


*Dates are subject to change due to weather, equipment availability, or other circumstances


EMAIL: smithfieldculvert@utah.gov

HOTLINE: 888.752.8789

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Due to construction activities, the bus stops within work areas may have temporary closures and stop adjustments. Please visit CVTD's website for specific stop information

The Utah Department of Transportation will be replacing the existing box culvert for Summit Creek that crosses beneath US-91 (Smithfield Main Street) near 100 North. Construction will consist of removing and replacing the culvert and related work along Summit Creek coupled with the replacement of the asphalt road surface and sidewalks at the crossing.


Replacement of the culvert is scheduled to begin mid- to late-June 2023 with an anticipated completion date Spring 2024. Any delays related to weather, equipment, or other unforeseen events will be updated here. 


The project will reduce the traffic to one lane in each direction through the work zone. Please reduce your speed, plan for minor delays, and watch for workers and flaggers in the area. Shifts in traffic patterns can be expected in and near the work zone. Please be mindful for changing traffic patterns and reduce speed in work zones. 


The project area is within the Safe Walking Route for Summit Elementary School and we are closely working with the school administration on any issues that may arise. The Safe Walking Route will be maintained and we encourage parents to speak with their children about safety within work zones. You can visit the Safe Routes Utah website to learn more. Any dangerous conditions should be reported to the project hotline immediately at 888.752.8789 during business hours. 


Area businesses and residents can expect an increase in noise, vibration, and dust while crews work nearby. 


October 5, 2022

Project Awarded

October 31, 2022

Construction Start

October 2, 2023

(Paused winter 2023/2024)

Construction Complete

May 12, 2024