West Davis

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

3000 West

  • On Wednesday, September 15th, crews began pile driving activities at the intersection of 3000 West and Bluff Road in Syracuse.
  • What is Pile Driving?Pile driving is a method of constructing bridge foundations. To support the future West Davis ramps and bridges, steel beams (or “piles”) are driven into the soil until reaching a hard layer of earth beneath the ramp/bridge foundation.
  • Pile driving at this location will take place Monday – Friday during daytime hours and last until the end of the month.
  • The North Davis Sewer District (NDSD) is also performing work along 3000 West. There is an active closure of both lanes of 3000 West from Bluff Road to Gleneagles Drive. This work is anticipated to finish next Wednesday, September 22nd. For more information, contact NDSD at (385) 262-5188.

East Frontage Road

  • Crews will be continuing to install drainage and sewer pipes along the East Frontage Road between 1600 South and 1700 South in Farmington until the end of next week.
  • Irrigation line installation along the East Frontage Road will begin as early as Monday, September 20th and end in approximately two weeks.
  • Power conduit and feeder box relocations will begin next week. This work will last until the end of October.
  • Pedestrian access will remain closed in this area.
  • Crews will work diligently to minimize odor and traffic impacts to drivers and residents along East Frontage Road.

1525 West

  • As early as Friday, September 24th, crews will begin pile driving activities at the Buffalo Ranch Trail west of Glovers Road and north of the Buffalo Ranch Pond. This is for the pedestrian bridge over the WDC.
  • Pile driving operations in this area are expected to continue through early October.

Legacy Parkway

  • On Friday, September 17th, the shoulder of SB Legacy Parkway west of 1340 South will be closed.
  • Geotechnical workers will be drilling on the west side of the Legacy Parkway Trail just south of the pedestrian bridge. This work is anticipated to last one day.


  • Nightly outside lane closures on northbound and southbound I-15 from Parrish Lane to Glovers Lane from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. will continue until mid-October.
  • Crews will be placing temporary barriers to separate future work along I-15 from traffic during this time. These barriers will be up until the end of 2021.

Site Activity After-Hours

  • While most project work occurs during weekday daytime hours, many work areas remain off-limits on weekends and in evenings.
  • We ask residents to please refrain from utilizing West Davis construction sites and roads leading out of sites for recreational activities.

Looking Ahead

  • Utility relocations are expected to begin along Bluff Road between Antelope Drive and 3000 West in early mid-October.
  • To facilitate this work and other reconstruction through the area, Bluff Road traffic will be restricted to one-way northbound and southbound traffic will be detoured to 3000 West through fall 2022.
  • In late September, earthwork (soil and land evaluation) and drainage pipe installations will begin in the following areas:
    • 1350 South
    • Glovers Lane
    • 2700 West
    • 3000 West
  • This work will continue through early October.
  • Work on the Schick Lane interchange will begin with wall excavation within the next several weeks. Crews will begin earthwork for the future Park and Ride lot in early October.

Ongoing Project Work

UDOT will continue with design work, utility coordination, debris clearing, fence installation, and drainage installation. 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 project alignment is available 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), 2000West (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

Questions? Comments? Contact the Public Involvement Team at 877-298-1991 or westdavis@utah.gov.

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The West Davis Highway Facebook group is now live! Residents can now conveniently stay up to date on critical project information, impacts, activities, schedule, etc. and post questions for the project team. Click here to join!

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 .


Pre-Construction Design
2019 – Winter 2020

Spring 2021 – Winter 2024

Project Notices

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