Frequently Asked Questions

In 2008, UDOT completed an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the SR-108 corridor which recommended widening the roadway to five lanes from Antelope Drive in Syracuse to 1900 West in Roy/West Haven. SR-108 is also known as 2000 West in Davis County and 3500 West and Midland Drive in Weber County. Open houses were held throughout the study to share information with the public and receive comments. Following EIS completion, UDOT determined that the proposed improvements would be built in phases based on available funding. To date, SR-108 improvements have been completed between Antelope Drive in Syracuse and 300 North in West Point and from 4275 South to Hinckley Drive in Roy/West Haven.

To download a copy of the 2008 SR-108 EIS, click on the link below.

Per federal highway requirements with the elapsed time since EIS completion in 2008, an Environmental Re-evaluation is required for the current phase of construction (300 North in West Point to 1800 North in Clinton). This analysis is reviewing the proposed improvements, affected environment, anticipated impacts and mitigation efforts outlined in the EIS to confirm they are still viable and address any changes. Opportunities for public input will be provided and commitments made during the 2008 EIS will be honored.

DRAFT Environmental Re-evaluation documentation is now complete and available for public comment. Click here to download the document. Comments may be submitted by clicking on the map in the "Submit a Comment" tab above.

This project is another example of UDOT’s commitment to keeping Utah moving now and in the future, to improve quality of life and to accommodate the ever-growing needs of our state. It is a continuation of UDOT’s efforts to improve north/south mobility in western Davis and Weber counties, specifically the 2000 West corridor that has been widened through the 300 North intersection in West Point.

UDOT is committed to providing safe and efficient traveling experiences for commuters of every kind including motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists.

Economic vitality is important to UDOT and the local municipalities and will be a guiding principle during design and construction. This includes maintaining short- and long-term access and functionality to businesses along 2000 West. Planned roadway improvements will provide easier access to the commercial district, supporting UDOT’s Strategic Direction to strengthen the economy.

UDOT is partnering with the cities of West Point and Clinton to make additional improvements to local utility infrastructure to reduce future construction-related disruptions to the community.

The public may review and comment on the DRAFT Environmental Re-evaluation, proposed improvements and preliminary design. Comments may be submitted by clicking on the map in the "Submit a Comment" tab above.

Residents with questions may contact the project public involvement team by calling 385-955-2846 or emailing [email protected]

The Environmental Re-evaluation is underway and is expected to continue through summer 2021. Final project design will be completed from summer 2021 through summer 2022 and construction is expected to begin by spring 2023.

UDOT has been purchasing property along the corridor since the completion of the EIS in 2008. As the road is widened, the need to purchase property (full/partial acquisitions and temporary construction easements) from property owners adjacent to the corridor will be identified and refined through summer 2021. Team members will coordinate directly with property owners to discuss property acquisition needs and process.

2000 West includes properties that by age, may qualify as historic. These potential historic properties will be researched, and for eligible properties, it will be determined what effect the project will have. The project will work to minimize impacts to the eligible historic properties and document any impacts with the State Historic Preservation Office.

Contact the Public Involvement Team

Phone |385-955-2846

Email | [email protected]

Project Schedule

Environmental Re-Evaluation

Fall 2020 - Summer 2021

Project Design

Summer 2021 - Summer 2022

Right-of-Way Acquisition

Summer 2021 - Summer 2022

Begin Construction

Spring 2023