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(KSL News) -- The Utah Department of Transportation wants to hear what you have to say about 114th South.
This street, now two lanes, is increasingly congested. Proposed plans include widening to four lanes and a possible I-15 interchange.
At an open house in Sandy today, U.D.O.T presented five alternatives for the road.
Joe Kammerer, Project Manager for the Environmental Impact Study: "It's real important that we continue to hear from the public. This is our third round of open houses and we have got a lot of great comments already and we are looking for more as we continue this process."
The possibility of a smoother commute comes with a price tag of up to $235 million. U.D.O.T hopes to have plans completed by November.