Road Construction Updates
Contractors for the sewer district will need to close Bluff Road at Gentile Street for some sewer main work. The closure should be as follows:
Thursday Oct 23 at 6:00 AM to end of day possibly 10:00 PM
Friday Oct 24 at 6:00 AM to end of day possibly 10:00 PM


Westbound travel on Gentile may continue westbound through the intersection, then detour north on 2000 West to the six-way roundabout.
Eastbound travel on Gentile may continue eastbound on Gentile.
Northbound and southbound at the intersection will be block


2000 West (SR-108) 300 North to 1700 South (Updated 12/4/17)
Though roadway construction in 2017 will be limited to the area between Heritage Parkway and 300 North, utility companies are on site to relocate their utilities throughout the project area.

Two lanes of through traffic will remain open during daytime hours. However, short term asphalt patching may require some turn lane restrictions in some areas.

Areas Between 470 North and 1275 South  
Rocky Mountain Power, North Davis Sewer District and Century Link will be doing utility work over the next several weeks. Home demolition may take place north of SR-193. Tree removals may also be taking place along the corridor.  Intermittent daytime shoulder closures/turn lane restrictions may occur.

Areas Near the 700 South Intersection 
Night work is scheduled to continue through late-April (9:00 PM - 6:00 AM).  Due to heavy daytime traffic, new utility crossings in and around this intersection must be done at night. Nighttime traffic may be limited to one lane with flaggers. Residents should expect an increase in noise.  Irrigation work at 700 South will be completed by Friday.

Safety 
For your safety and the safety of those working in the area, please exercise caution, stay alert and be prepared for changing lane configurations. We are committed to a safe project and are constantly on alert. 

Questions?  Please feel free to contact us at 844.200.0937 or 801.336.6977.





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2000 West Project Update - November 30, 2017

Work Activities This Week

  • The new concrete lanes on the west side of 2000 West between 700 S. and SR-193 were opened to traffic on Wednesday, Nov. 29 as part of the winter traffic configuration plan.
  • Pedestrian ramps and sidewalk are being installed between Heritage Parkway and 300 N. through Friday, Dec. 1.
  • Landscaping crews will be working between Heritage Parkway and 300 N. throughout the next two weeks, including installation of top soil, sprinklers, and sod.
  • Drainage pipe will be installed near 1175 S. beginning this week, and will take about two weeks to complete.
  • Traffic signal heads and street lighting are being installed between 700 S. and 300 N. and should be completed within two weeks.
  • Utility companies continue working throughout the project area between Antelope Drive and 300 North.
  • Miscellaneous grading and finish work will take place throughout the project corridor through November to wrap things up for winter.
  • Intermittent pipe placement and utility work will continue, weather permitting, throughout the winter. Work will be reduced significantly from mid-December through early February, but crews will be out working where they can when weather permits. Intermittent lane shifts may occur during these times, so please be aware and watch for signage. 

 

Traffic Alerts

  • No street parking will be available along the east side of 2000 West from Heritage Parkway to 300 North through winter 2018.
  • No parking is allowed within 50 feet of the newly installed HAWK Signal near Syracuse Elementary and Syracuse Jr. High.
  • Intermittent turn lane, shoulder, and median restrictions may occur. 
  • Intermittent lane shifts may occur for utility work and pipe placement through the winter.
  • On Wednesday, Nov. 29, traffic was switched over to new lane configurations for the winter. See below.

Key Configuration Highlights-

  • One Lane Each Direction:
    • Antelope Drive to Heritage Parkway
  • Southbound:
    • Two lanes from Heritage Parkway to 300 N.
  • Northbound:
    • Two lanes from Heritage Parkway to SR-193
    • One lane from SR-193 to 300 N.
  • 150 North, West Point:
    • Right turn in, right turn out only through Spring 2018 - No left turns from 150 N. onto 2000 W., or from 2000 W. onto 150 N.
    • Please consider 100 N., 250 N., 1750 West, and 300 N. as alternate routes 

Trail Closure 
* Trail areas near the SR-193 intersection and 2000 West, moving westward to 3000 West, is scheduled to remain closed through winter 2017.  Please consider alternate routes. 

Utility Shutoffs
* Utility companies may schedule intermittent shutoffs to accomplish their work.  They will provide advance notice where applicable.    

West Point Batch Plant Operations
* The West Point Batch Plant near 75 North and 2000 West in West Point is operational and will continue operations through early winter 2017.
* Nearby residents and businesses should expect increased noise, light and vibration associated with construction. 

Safety  
For your safety and the safety of those working in the area, please exercise caution, stay alert and be prepared.

SR-193 Extension: 3000 West
The UDOT SR-193 Extension Project continues construction activities with project completion scheduled for mid-December.

  • Noise wall installation will continue through the next two weeks, in which time they will also finish the conduit. The road is expected to open to traffic in mid-December. 
  • Nearby residents and businesses should expect increased noise, light, and vibration associated with construction.

QUESTIONS? CONCERNS?

Email: 2000West@utah.gov
Hotline: 801.336.6977 -  844.200.0937
Website: www.udot.utah.gov/sr108

Project Background
 

SR-108, also known as 2000 West, is a very busy north-south highway in Davis County, carrying as many as nearly 18,000 vehicles per day.  With the expected growth in population, homes and jobs, this number is expected to double by 2040.  To address this need, UDOT conducted an environmental study from 2006 to 2008 to evaluate various transportation options.  Through careful analysis and close coordination with the communities, a solution was identified that meets the transportation need while minimizing impacts.

 

The proposed solution was to widen the roadway to two lanes in each direction with a center turn lane.  In April of 2015, UDOT secured funding for a two-mile segment of the project from SR-127 (Syracuse Road) to 300 North in West Point. UDOT looks forward to this opportunity to serve your communities by providing improved transportation and increased safety for all who travel and live around the SR-108 corridor.

2000 West Project - Information 

Phone 844-200-0937 | 2000west@utah.gov | www.udot.utah.gov/sr108