Bulletin UDOT: I-15 Dixie Drive, Leeds, Hurricane to Apple Valley, Cedar Canyon and Wildlife Fencing

SOUTHERN UTAH-  Utah Department of Transportion has scheduled the following construction related activities In Washington and Iron Counties this week, April 20-29.

St. George – I-15 Dixie Drive Interchangein the area of and near Interstate Highway 15, Mileposts 5 and 6:


* Installing traffic management systems.

* Island work on the interchange structure.

* Sign structures.

* Profilagraphing.

* Shoulder work.


* Weeknight closure of the northbound right lane.

* I-15 speed is reduced to 55 m.p.h.

* The Hilton Drive Trail is closed.

For more information on this and similar topics visit these links:

UDOT’s I-15 Dixie Drive Interchange project website.

UDOT’s proposed Bluff Street project.

Public meeting on Bluff Street project brings out opposition.

Proposed Bluff Street project – what property owners can expect


Leeds – I-15 Median Barrier


* Barrier installation.


* Left lane closures Monday through Thursday.


SR 59 – Apple Valley to Hurricanein the area of Mileposts 11 to 23.


* Crews will be continuing shoulder work, beginning near Hurricane and working toward Apple Valley.


* Single lane closures.

* Flagging and pilot cars.

* Delays of up to 15 minutes.


Cedar Canyon. – on State Route 14, in the area of Mileposts 7-18.


* Excavating main landslide.

* Breaking rock.

* Stabilizing slopes.

* Hauling material.


* SR-14 is closed from Milepost 5 to Deer Valley.

* Access Duck Creek via state Route 143 and Mammoth Creek Road or via U.S. Route 89 to SR-14.


For more information on this and similar topics visit these links:

UDOT’s SR-14 landslide repair website

Landlide closes SR=-14 east of Cedar City

UDOT to design new roadway after landslide closes SR-14 for months


Wildlife fencing, Black Ridge to Cedar City.


* Drilling.

* Fence installation.

* Wildlife ramp preparation.


* No major impacts expected.


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