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INTERSECTIONS CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Visit the individual project websites to learn more about upcoming construction activities for the next round of intersections to be converted to freeway-style interchanges!

Bangerter South
BANGERTER 4100 S. TO CALIFORNIA AVE.

Click here to learn more about the Environmental Study of Bangerter Highway from 4100 South to California Avenue.

CURRENT PROJECTS
UPCOMING INTERCHANGE CONSTRUCTION

Construction for the next set of Bangerter interchanges is now underway! Crews have begun work at the 4700 South intersection to relocate the Jordan Valley Aqueduct (JVA). Work has also begun on the Bangerter South intersections, which include 9800 South, 13400 South and 2700 West.

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Here's a timelapse video of the pedestrian bridge removals at 13400 South and 2700 West.

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

UDOT is currently conducting seven State Environmental Studies (SES) that will evaluate potential improvements to Bangerter Highway at the remaining at-grade intersections. These environmental studies are the next step in UDOT's efforts to convert Bangerter Highway into a freeway to reduce congestion and minimize travel time for drivers.

 

For more information on all Bangerter construction projects and environmental studies, visit our Bangerter Interchanges tab.

AN OVERVIEW OF BANGERTER HIGHWAY

As one of our valley’s largest north-south corridors, Bangerter Highway moves an average of 60,000 vehicles per day. With continued growth on the west side of the Salt Lake Valley, that number is expected to double by 2040 and without major improvements, delays will increase by four times over the next twenty-five years.

 

The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) is making major improvements at various intersections along Bangerter Highway to reduce travel times and congestion, connect communities, and improve overall safety along the corridor. Bangerter operated using a series of traffic signals at a majority of its intersections, causing significant congestion in recent years. This congestion also exists for cross traffic moving east-west. To meet the current and future needs of drivers and the nearby communities, UDOT is replacing traditional intersections with grade-separated interchanges. Grade-separated interchanges allow one street to pass over the other. This separation allows Bangerter to free flow and the cross street to flow more efficiently. By removing traffic signals and creating fewer interruptions, traffic will move more freely and at speeds that are more consistent in all directions.

BANGERTER IN THE NEWS

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