UDOT has designed improvements that will address traffic congestion and improve safety on SR-30, from SR-23 to 10th West (SR-252), based on the recently completed Corridor Study (see Corridor History Tab). Work is anticipated to begin in summer 2023 and last for approximately 2-3 years.
With the growing population in Cache Valley, there is an increase in travel on SR-30, including freight travel. SR-30 is the only east-west roadway in Cache Valley so it is an important connection to the other major transportation routes in the area, especially I-15, US-89, and US-91 (Sardine Canyon). It is also an important truck route and is an alternative route to Cache Valley when US-89/US-91 is closed because of snow or an accident.
The current area concerns include traffic/farm equipment crossing SR-30, traffic crossing lanes and potential for collisions, and lack of shoulders or sidewalks for walking and biking. The current design improves these concerns and provides a trail for recreational use.
Phase 2: Construction Phase (2024):
Additional travel lanes
Increased shoulder width
Flattened roadway side slopes
Bridge structure widening and construction of new drainage box culverts
New recreational trail on the south side of SR-30 and a sidewalk on the north side
Improvements at SR-23 intersection including an Advanced Warning System and intersection lighting
Construction Preparation (2023)
Construction (begins 2024)
To contact the public information team with questions or concerns:
- Hotline: 435-774-0700
- Email: email@example.com
- Website: udotinput.utah.gov/SR30