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Tue November 5, 2013
UDOT to Reconfigure Brigham City I-15 Interchange
Drivers to and from Cache Valley who access Sardine Canyon through Brigham City have until Monday to make the trip without construction delay. The Utah Department of Transportation is scheduled to begin a major reconstruction project on Nov. 11.
Travel from I-15 at US-91 on 1100 South will be interrupted as road crews work to construct a diverging diamond interchange that will include two bridges which will access the interstate ramps.
UDOT Project Director Nathan Peterson said the project will improve travel for motorists going east-bound on 1100 South and from south-bound I-15.
Peterson said those traveling to Brigham City and Cache Valley from Ogden and Salt Lake City on I-15 will not be interrupted during the project. UDOT has hired and information team to provide email updates during the construction phase.
If you are interested in receiving the updates, sign up by calling the project hotline at 877-222-3757, or by emailing email@example.com. A project website has also been established with additional information at www.udot.utah.gov/1100southddi. Commuters can also get the latest traffic information on their iPhones or Smartphones by downloading the free Utah Traffic App.