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(KSL News) Just six years after the new and improved I-15 opened, UDOT is thinking about tearing up 43 miles of it between Sandy and Spanish Fork.
UDOT says if the freeway isn't redone, it will be severely congested with intermittent stopping and no gaps between cars during peak commute times by 2030.
The proposed project would cost more than $3 billion. It could start in 2012 and take five to six years to complete.