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(KSL News) A three-day construction project along I-215 finished up today with nearly 36 hours to spare. The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) rolled its final bridge of the Innovate-80 project into place at 3300 South around 6 p.m.
The project was originally scheduled for completion Monday morning. But UDOT says, after moving 12 of these bridges, it has gotten pretty fast at it. Mark Perry, UDOT project manager, said, "It still went pretty well. We had no major problems. Everything went well."
Interstate 215 is now back open in both directions. The 3300 South bridge will be closed for two weeks while crews connect the bridge to the road.