Sell Your Equipment  /  Dealer Login  /  Create Account

UDOT Begins Construction Work on New I-80 Truck Lane

Tue April 10, 2018 - West Edition #8
Construction Equipment Guide

(Utah Department of Transportation photo)
(Utah Department of Transportation photo)

The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) began construction on I-80 west of Park City on April 2. Crews are building a new westbound truck lane between the Jeremy Ranch and Parleys Summit interchange, installing additional wildlife fencing and building a wildlife crossing over I-80 just west of Parleys Summit.

“UDOT's goal is to ensure safety for drivers on Utah's roads,” said John Montoya, UDOT project manager. “This project will help truck traffic travel up hill, out of the way of other drivers, and will reduce vehicle and wildlife collisions in the area.”

Beginning as early as April 2, drivers are advised to plan ahead for nighttime work and lane restrictions Monday through Thursday, with narrowed, shifted lanes on westbound I-80. After two weeks, crews will work during daytime hours for the majority of the project, with overnight impacts as needed.

Width restrictions also will be placed on trucks traveling westbound through the project limits. These restrictions are scheduled to remain in place 24 hours a day, seven days a week, through fall 2018.

This work is part of Renovate I-80, a UDOT initiative designed to maintain and improve one of the most heavily used highways in Utah.

Construction schedules are weather dependent and subject to change.

For more information, visit

Today's top stories

Net-Zero Arrives: e-Revolution Picks Up Steam

E.B. 'Ed' Abel Jr. Passes Away

Tips for Selecting the Best Modern Fuel Storage Solution

Connecticut DOT to Make Repairs Following Tropical Storm Ida

USDOT to Provide $628M for I-405 Construction Project

Ritchie Bros. to Host Inside Edge Online Construction Panel

Kubota Tractor Corporation Closes Escrow, Acquires Land in Elk Grove, California, for New Western Division Operations

Through Economic Highs, Lows, Crestview Adapts, Continues to Grow


ceg-logo ceg-logo ceg-logo ceg-logo ceg-logo