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UTAH COUNTY -- Monday night's freeway closure between 400 South in Springville and Spanish Fork Main Street has been canceled. UDOT says it was canceled due to the high probability of rain. It says dry conditions must be present for crews to pour concrete into the pre-cast bridge decks.
The closure has been tentatively rescheduled for Thursday, weather permitting.
A stretch of I-15 in Utah County will be closed Monday night for work on a new bridge, weather permitting.
The 2700 North Bridge is one of 63 structures on I-15 CORE that will be new, rebuilt or modified on the 24-mile project. -UDOT
Starting at 11 p.m., crews will close both directions of I-15 between 400 South in Springville and Main Street in Spanish Fork.
Traffic on I-15 will be detoured to Spanish Fork Main Street and S.R. 77 (400 South in Springville). Motorists on U.S. 6 traveling to northbound I-15 will be detoured to S.R. 51 and U.S. 89 (Main Street in Springville).
The road will reopen at 5:30 a.m. Tuesday.
Crews will be pouring concrete into pre-cast decks at the 2700 North Bridge in Spanish Fork.