West Davis

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I-15 Shoulder Closures
 
 
• On Friday, June 18 starting at 9 p.m., the southbound shoulder of I-15 will be closed while crews work on drainage and utility exploration. The shoulder will open by 6 a.m. the following morning. This configuration will also be in affect nightly on Monday, June 21 and Tuesday, June 22.

Pile Driving – Syracuse
 
• Starting as early as Friday, June 25, crews will begin pile driving activities at the following Syracuse locations:
  • Gentile Street & Bluff Road
  • 700 South & 3500 West 
• 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 these locations will take place Monday – Friday during daytime hours and last for approximately two weeks.
• Nearby residents should expect to experience consistent noise and vibrations during this time.

950 North Preparations
 
• Farmington Bay Constructors has begun preparing the 950 North area in Farmington to be used as a hauling route for to the West Davis project, as well as other upcoming state and city projects.
• In close coordination with Kaysville and Farmington cities, the contractor is preparing the 950 North area to save time and money for future state and city projects, including the West Davis Highway, 950 North Connector Road city project, and the future I-15/Shepard Lane interchange project.
• Utilizing the 950 North haul route will help consolidate the overall number of truck trips needed and reduce the impacts on existing haul routes currently in operation in the Farmington and Kaysville community.
• This coordination between West Davis, the local 950 North Connector Road Farmington/Kaysville city project, and the I-15/Shepard Lane interchange project helps increase overall efficiency, shortens project schedules, saves taxpayer dollars, and minimizes long term construction impacts to the local community.
• Early activities will include minimal placement of dirt material, landscape and debris clearing, and surface grading.
• Trucks hauling dirt to the West Davis project site will increase towards the end of June as the haul route prep work is complete. Hauling will continue through the early fall.
• Safety precautions such as temporary construction fencing and reduced speeds will be in effectas well as flagging operations when needed. While the majority ofthis work will take place over the summer, the project team will also coordinate with local school leaders on providing safe walking routes for students traveling to and from school.

 

East Frontage Road – Centerville
 
• Traffic is shifted along I-15 East Frontage Road in Centerville between 1950 North and 1600 South. This configuration will be in effect Monday-Sunday during all hours and will continue through November.
• One-way flagging operations are in effect on I-15 East Frontage Road between 1470 South and 1600 South. This configuration will be in effect Monday-Friday during daytime hours and will continue through November.
• The sidewalk and bike lane along the east side of I-15 East Frontage Road is detoured to 2025 North, S.R.106, 1470 South, and back to I-15 East Frontage Road.  This configuration will be in effect Monday-Sunday during all hours and will continue through November.
• This is to accommodate landscape/debris clearing, drainage installation, and utility work.
 
Flagging Operations
 
• Syracuse Trail: Flaggers are stationed at the Syracuse Trail just east of the Still Water subdivision to help construction trucks hauling dirt to cross the trail safely. Flagging will take place Monday-Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
 
 
 
Legacy Trail Closure & Detour
 
• The Legacy Parkway Trail between Glovers Lane and 1250 West is closed to accommodate the hauling of dirt and building of embankments near the existing trail. This section of trail is detoured to Glovers Lane and the Denver and Rio Grand Trail parallel to 800 West. This closure will remain in effect through the next year.
 
Hauling Dirt
 
• Crews will continue hauling dirt onto the project site. Hauling will take place Monday – Friday during daytime hours and continue through the summer. Residents should expect heavy and persistent construction truck traffic along various local city roads.
• Current designated haul routes include Park Lane, Glovers Lane, 1525 West, 650 West, 950 North, 200 North, Gentile Street, 2700 South, Antelope Drive, and S.R.-193. Additional haul routes may be added.
• Residents are advised to use extra caution when traveling around construction traffic.
 
 
 
Utility Exploration
 
• Along Antelope Drive (1700 South) in Syracuse, existing storm drain and irrigation pipelines will be cleaned and inspected by video Monday-Friday from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. This work will require shoulder closures along Antelope Drive. Please obey all traffic control signs and flagger signals while traveling through these areas.
 
• Additional utility exploration and pipe inspection work will take place during daytime hours Monday-Friday in various areas along the project corridor.  These areas include:
  • Farmington – Glovers Lane, Shirley Rae, 800 West and 650 West
  • Kaysville – Angel Street and 200 North
  • Layton – Weaver Street and 3200 West
  • Syracuse – 1000 West and Gentile Street
 
• Utility exploration and pipe inspection work will continue during nighttime hours along I-15 and Legacy Highway between Parrish Lane and the Glovers Lane overpass off the pavement in the shoulders. No traffic impacts are anticipated.

Looking Ahead

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 on the project website: westdavis.udot.utah.gov.
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

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Schedule

Pre-Construction Design
2019 – Winter 2020

Construction
Spring 2021 – Winter 2024

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