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PARTS OF S.L., SUMMIT ROADS WILL RECEIVE NEW PAVEMENT

Various sections of highway throughout Salt Lake and Summit counties will receive new pavement surfaces in the near future.

The Utah Department of Transportation opened bids on the proj-ects, and Geneva Rock Products of Orem had the apparent low bid. The contract will not be awarded, however, until the bids are reviewed.A 2 1/2-inch bituminous overlay will be placed on U-210 in Little Cottonwood Canyon from Snowbird to Alta.

Plant mix seal coats will be placed on the following highway sections: I-80 at the Garfield Interchange, eastbound and westbound sides; 84th West, from 35th South to 54th South; I-15 from 33rd South to 23rd South, northbound and southbound sides; 35th South, from 40th West to 56th West; 33rd South, from 13th East to 27th East; 54th South, from 40th West to 49th West.

Also: Seventh East, from 33rd South to 45th South; U-190 in Big Cottonwood Canyon from Spruces Campground to Brighton; 13th East, from 33rd South to 39th South; U-248 from Park City Junction at U-224 to Park City High School and North Temple, from Redwood Road to the Jordan River.

The following bridge decks will also receive a seal coat to extend the life of the structure and provide a smoother ride: I-15 at 34th South, northbound side; I-15/I-80 collector at Fourth South (to airport), northbound side; I-15 at Fourth South, northbound side; I-15 at Third South, northbound side; I-15 at Second South, northbound side; I-15 at 21st South, southbound side; I-15 at 2250 South, southbound side; I-15 collector at 2250 South, southbound side and I-15 collector at 17th South, southbound side.