West Davis

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Southbound Legacy Parkway will be closed from Saturday, January 28, to Monday, January 30. Please see that map above for detour information and read more about closure below.

What's Happening Now

(Please note that each update item is now color coded to correspond to a general area along the corridor alignment. Teal covers Centerville and Farmington. Light blue covers Kaysville and Layton. Dark blue covers Syracuse and West Point.)

Legacy Parkway (Farmington) (NEW)

  • On Saturday, January 28, southbound Legacy Parkway will be closed from 4 a.m. to Monday, January 30, at 5 a.m. while crews place girders for the bridge connecting northbound I-15 with northbound West Davis Corridor. Legacy Parkway will be closed at Park Lane (SR-225) and detoured onto I-15 (see map above).
  • On Friday, February 3, northbound Legacy Parkway will be closed from 12 a.m. to 5 a.m. (Thursday night into Friday morning) for Girder Placement.
  • On Saturday, February 4, northbound Legacy parkway will be closed from 4 a.m. to Monday, February 6, at 5 a.m. to facilitate girder placement. Traffic heading northbound is encouraged to use I-15 from North Salt Lake as the primary detour. If motorists continue northbound onto Legacy Parkway, they may experience heavy traffic and need to detour at 500 South in Woods Cross or at Parrish Lane in Centerville.
    • These scheduled closures are subject to change due to weather delays.

Glovers Lane (Farmington) (NEW)

  • On Monday, January 30, through Friday, February 3, one-way flagging operations will be set up on Glovers Lane near Snowberry Lane to facilitate Storm Drain tie-ins.

3200 West (Layton) (NEW)

  • On Tuesday, January 24, flagging operations will be set up in 3200 West to help guild concrete trucks pour the pedestrian box floor.

2000 West (Syracuse)(NEW)

  • Crews will be installing signal arms and heads at the intersection of 2000 West and Antelope Drive on Sunday, February 5, from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Syracuse Police will provide traffic control during this time.
  • One-way flagging operations will continue through late January on 2000 West, between 3000 South and Combe Road, to facilitate Storm Drain installation.

Bluff Road (Syracuse)

  • On Friday, February 3, through Friday, February 17, Buff Road at the intersection of 2175 South will be closed to facilitate storm drain installation. Traffic will be detoured to 2000 West

Construction Progress

Ongoing Project Work

UDOT will continue utility coordination, debris clearing, fence installation, drainage installation, bridge construction, and paving for this major new highway. The West Davis project team will also continue to coordinate closely with residents, businesses, city leadership, and other key stakeholders. 

Schedule is subject to change due to equipment, material, utility and/or weather delays.

Project Overview

West Davis is a new 16-mile, 4-lane divided highway that will be constructed in western Davis County between the I-15/Legacy Parkway junction at approximately Glovers Lane in Farmington and the future extension of S.R. 193 in West Point. A map of the future highway is available on the project website here.

Freeway-style interchanges with on- and off-ramps will be built at Legacy/I-15 (Farmington), 950 North (Farmington), 200 North (Kaysville), 2700 West (Layton), 2000 West (Syracuse), and Antelope Drive (Syracuse). 

West Davis will include over 10 miles of new trail and new trail connections to create a consolidated system connecting Emigration Trail to Legacy Parkway Trail.

Stay Informed

For more information, visit westdavis.udot.utah.gov. Questions? Comments? Contact the Public Involvement Team at 877-298-1991 or westdavis@utah.gov.

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Project Notices

Click below to learn about the Antelope Drive Frontage Roads State Environmental Study .

Click below to learn about the Layton Canal relocation construction project now underway .

Schedule

Pre-Construction Design
2019 – Winter 2020

Construction
Spring 2021 – Summer 2024

Project Notices

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