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I-15 to close in Lehi for Tech Corridor construction

I-15 to close in Lehi for Tech Corridor construction

(Utah Department of Public Transportation)

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LEHI — A section of I-15 will close this weekend as crews work to demolish a bridge in Lehi, Utah Department of Transportation officials said.

The scheduled closure will take place Sunday from midnight to 8 a.m. between 2100 North and Lehi Main Street.

Crews will be demolishing the 600 East bridge over the freeway as part of the I-15 Technology Corridor project, according to UDOT spokesman Zach Whitney.

The project aims to widen I-15 to six lanes in both directions and rebuild the interstate with new pavement from state Route 92 to Lehi's Main Street. Drivers should plan ahead and avoid the area during the eight hours the roadway is closed.

Construction on the Tech Corridor will continue until 2020.

The ramp from westbound I-215 to Redwood Road in Taylorsville will also close Friday at 10 p.m. to Monday at 6 a.m. Crews will work to widen the off-ramp to add another left-turn lane onto southbound Redwood Road.

State Route 108 will close in both directions between Antelope Drive and 1275 South in Syracuse Friday at 8 p.m. The road will remain closed through Aug. 21. Crews will work to widen that section of highway while school is out for the summer.

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