The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) will begin two projects in Duchesne County this Summer intended to preserve the life of the pavement by doing a 2" hot-in-place recycle and sealing it with a chip seal. This project along S.R. 208, will provide a restored roadway providing a smoother travel surface for motorists. Additionally, motorists can expect refreshed lane striping, realigned shoulders, updated guardrails and road signage.
Route: SR-208; US-40 Fruitland to SR-35 Tabiona
INDEPENDENCE DAY HOLIDAY SCHEDULE: (UPDATED 6/24/22)All construction activity will be suspended by 12pm on Friday, July 1. All lanes will be reopened with traffic cones/barrels moved onto shoulders. Crews will resume construction starting Wednesday, July 6.
2022 Construction Schedule
Estimated Start Date: Wednesday, June 8
Paving Start Date: Monday, June 20
Construction Days: Mon. - Fri. (Sat. only as necessary)
Construction Times: 7am - 7pm
Estimated Completion Date: August
Note: Schedules are subject to change due to weather and materials available
Latest Work Details (Construction remains on or ahead of schedule):
- Paving work continues along southbound lane through Thursday/Friday
Starting June 27:
- Paving work will shift into the southbound lane starting at SR35. Work will continue through approximately July 1.
For Real-Time Traffic Information Please Visit: https://udottraffic.utah.gov/
6/21/22 Image: SR208 Fresh Pavement; MP 2.5 Looking South
6/21/22 Image: SR208 Hot-Mix-In-Place train of equipment; MP 3 Looking South
6/14/22 Image: SR208 @ MP 2 Looking North
For your safety, as well as the safety of the working in the area, please use extra caution and stay alert while driving through construction zones. Businesses and residents in the area should anticipate increased noise, dust, and vibration associated with construction.
LATEST TRAFFIC CONDITIONS
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FOR IMMEDIATE PROJECT INQUIRIES
Jeffrey Putzke, Public Involvement Manager
Email: [email protected]
OTHER NEARBY UDOT PROJECTS
S.R. 87 Duchesne County Project [ CLICK HERE ]