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Expect congestion as UDOT works on 4700 South from I-15 to I-215 West

The Utah Department of Transportation plans to resurface 4700 South from I-15 to I-215 West.
The Utah Department of Transportation plans to resurface 4700 South from I-15 to I-215 West.
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TAYLORSVILLE — The Utah Department of Transportation plans to resurface 4700 South from I-15 to I-215 West.

Construction has begun and will continue through July. Beginning as early as Saturday at 6 p.m. through Monday at 6 a.m., 4700 South will be reduced to one inside lane in both directions between I-215 and Redwood Road as crews remove and replace asphalt on the outside lanes.

The signal lights at the intersections of 2200 West and Redwood Road will be put in flash mode and will be treated as a four-way stop. Left turns will be facilitated. Left hand turn movements between 2200 West and Redwood Road will be limited. Access to I-215 will be maintained.

Congestion and delays are expected and using alternate routes is highly recommended.

To stay up to date on construction progress and impacts of the project, drivers can sign up for project email at 4700south@utah.gov or by calling the hotline 888-966-6624.