Current Projects

Provo – 300

Public Involvement, Event Planning and Support Services

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US-89 (300 South) in Provo has become an integral part of Provo City’s transportation network. It boasts a mix of uses ranging from residential to commercial, grocery stores and auto dealers to restaurants and even a spa. Over the years, the high traffic volume on 300 South has worn down the old asphalt paving. In 2013, the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) began planning improvements for the section of 300 South between 200 West and 700 East. UDOT and Provo City worked together to develop the best solution to a number of issues in the area including traffic accidents and pedestrian safety, old drainage ditches and aging utilities, and a lack of space for active transportation including bicycles and pedestrians. This work includes the reconstruction of 300 South in concrete pavement; the addition of new storm drain, curb gutter, sidewalks, and raised medians; reconstruction of most driveway accesses to fit the new drainage system; addition of a new traffic signal at 400 East and improved pedestrian/bicycle crossings at 200 East and 600 East; addition of an 8′ pedestrian/bicycle path on the north side and bicycles lanes on both shoulders; lastly, the addition of new park-strips and landscaping with improved lighting. SJ+A is currently providing Public Involvement support on this project. For more information about the project visit udot.utah.gov/go/300south, or call 888-556-0232, or email 300South@utah.gov.

400 North Improved Bountiful

Public Involvement and Support Services

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As a frequented roadway in Bountiful, the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) is working to improve S.R. 106 (400 North). With various travelers as well as a mix of businesses, including reception and a school, 400 North is an important thoroughfare for Bountiful. To improve roadway quality and safety the project will:

  • reconstruct the roadway in concrete for a longer pavement life and less future maintenance
  • add radar detection to improve traffic flow
  • add new curb, gutter and some sidewalk and driveway approaches along 400 North

For questions or more information about the project please email 400north@utah.gov or call 888-556-0232 ext. 2.

 

 

2300 East Safety Improvements Project

Public Involvement, Events, and Support Services

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The Salt Lake City Office of Township Services (OTS) will be improving 2300 East from I-80 to 3900 South. Construction began on December 1, 2015 and is scheduled to continue through 2016. This heavily used road will get the following improvements: a roundabout for I-80 on-and off-ramps; new curb, gutter and sidewalk; bicycle lanes from 3900 South to Claybourne Avenue; beautification/pedestrian-friendly features from Millcreek to 3225 South; and pedestrian activated flashing lights for crosswalks at 3000 South and Claybourne Avenue. SJ+A is currently providing Public Involvement services on this project to help disperse key activities to impacted stakeholders in this area. For more information regarding this project, please visit Salt Lake County’s website at www.slco.org/townships/2300east or email 2300east@slco.org or call 888-966-6624, ext. 4.

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