1300 East Construction Update

1300 East Construction Update

Written by East Central

Topics: Transit and Transportation

Salt Lake City will begin reconstructing 1300 East from 1300 South to 2100 South in April 2019. In order to accommodate the completion deadline, the construction team will temporarily close half of the street at a time: the section between 2100 South and 1700 South, and the section between 1700 South and 1300 South. One section will remain open at all times.

Legend:
Red – 2100-1700 S. Closure
Yellow – 1700-1300 S. Closure
Green – Detour Routes
Each section is expected to be closed for up to three months. The contractor will maintain access for local residents and businesses throughout the duration of construction. The intersections at 2100 South, 1700 South, and 1300 South will be open each day. Work in these intersections will only be permitted at night.
Once the contractor is selected, more specific scheduling information will become available, but overall, the project is expected to run from April through October 2019.
Suggested detours include 700 East, 900 East, 1100 East, and 1500 East.
Project features include: new asphalt pavement, curb, and gutter, replacement of deteriorated drive approaches and sidewalk segments, and upgrades to the storm drain system and bus stops.
Businesses and residents in the area can expect increased noise, light, vibration, and dust associated with construction.
Please use extra caution while driving through the work zone, follow all posted signs and traffic control devices, stay alert, and lower your speed.
Once complete, the project will improve access, mobility, and drainage in the area, and it will enhance the travel experience.

Contact us: Email: 1300east@slcgov.com or Hotline: 801.483.6898

Website: www.slc.gov/mystreet/1300east


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