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UDOT breaks ground for new interchange in Layton

UDOT breaks ground for new interchange in Layton



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LAYTON -- The Utah Department of Transportation broke ground for the construction of a new interchange in Layton.

Gov. Gary Herbert, along with several other government officials, joined in on the ceremony Tuesday.

The South Layton interchange will allow access to Interstate 15 at mile marker 330.

UDOT breaks ground for new interchange in Layton

The $97 million project will also include reconstruction on the freeway itself, and new carpool lanes from Kaysville to the Layton Hill Field Road interchanges.

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