This project will require impacts to traffic on the I-215 State Street bridge for three weekends as crews reconstruct the bridge deck.

See the dates below and contact our team with any questions.

Northbound I-215 State Street Bridge Closure Changed To:

10 p.m. Friday, August 12 to 7 a.m. Monday, August 15

Starting 10 p.m. Friday night, August 5, the State Street project team will begin reconstructing the northbound lanes of the I-215 State Street bridge and close all northbound traffic lanes. Southbound traffic will not be impacted.

See map below for details and detour routes.

Southbound I-215 State Street Bridge Lane Restriction Weekends

Friday, August 19 to Monday, August 22


Friday, August 26 to Monday, August 29

For two consecutive weekends after the northbound work, the State Street project team will be reconstructing the southbound lanes of the I-215 State Street bridge, reducing southbound traffic down to one lane. Northbound traffic will not be impacted. 

More details will be available soon.

Project Overview

The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) has begun a pavement rehabilitation project on State Street (US-89) from I-215 in Murray to 3000 South in South Salt Lake. This 5-mile project will extend the life of the pavement and provide a smoother ride for drivers. The project will also reconstruct many of the pedestrian ramps, replace median barriers, and complete spot replacement of curb/gutter/sidewalk.
The project team will work to maintain access to businesses and residents on State Street throughout construction.


Paving Activities

Construction crews are projected to start paving activities on State Street Monday night, August 8.

Construction is anticipated to continue through early 2023.
*A cement shortage is causing schedule challenges on UDOT projects. At the moment, vendors are essentially “rationing” output. We continue to adapt project schedules, so we can continue progress without completely halting work.

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