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UDOT discusses peak travel times for Independence Day weekend, efforts to reduce traffic congestion

SALT LAKE CITY — Rush hour is a pretty routine event for people living along the Wasatch Front: It gets busy in the morning with people on their way to work and then again in the afternoon. 417 more words

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Weather conditions causing Utah roads to buckle; here's what you should know

SALT LAKE CITY — Northern Utah’s cycles of wintertime freezing and thawing, followed by the recent hot weather, hasĀ  caused several instances of concrete buckling along the Wasatch Front. 156 more words

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UDOT advises drivers on I-15 projects in Bountiful and at Point of the Mountain

SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Department of Transportation wants drivers to be aware of a few construction projects that will affect the flow of traffic on I-15 near the Point of the Mountain and in Bountiful. 386 more words

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App provides traffic updates, trouble areas as UDOT works through Point Project

SALT LAKE COUNTY, Utah — About 160,000 motorists pass through the point of the mountain construction zone each day.

Since traffic can get congested during commute hours, the Utah Department of Transportation is working on ways to help people save time by avoiding the rush hour. 304 more words

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Look Twice

Hey Kids,

Motorcycle cruising today was awesome and other than one incident, the road was smooth, the curves were manageable, and the mountains were cool and refreshing. 192 more words

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Bridge work to cause closures and lane reductions in Davis County, North Salt Lake

DAVIS COUNTY, Utah — There will be more construction and closures along I-15 this weekend in south Davis County, as the Utah Department of Transportation is closing the freeway in both directions at the 400 North bridge Saturday. 213 more words

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All lanes reopened on section of I-215 after heat causes roadway to buckle

SALT LAKE COUNTY, Utah — The timing couldn’t have been worse for a section of Interstate 215 to buckle Monday afternoon. It happened around 3:30 p.m. 334 more words

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