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SALT LAKE CITY — Drivers should plan for 30-minute delays on northbound I-15 in Salt Lake City this weekend as crews work to repair a bridge pothole.
Two northbound lanes at 800 South will close from Saturday at 9 p.m. to Monday at 5 a.m., the Utah Department of Transportation announced in a news release.
It was in late March that crews used a temporary patch to fill a large pothole that opened up on the freeway bridge over the road. Now that the weather is warmer, crews will permanently remove and replace the damaged concrete, the release reads.
The same stretch of I-15 will be closed again the next two weekends to accommodate the repairs, though construction schedules may change based on the weather.
KSL Traffic suggests taking the 1300 South exit and getting back on the freeway after the lane closures to avoid delays.
For the latest updates, visit UDOT's traffic website or download the UDOT Traffic app.