Frequently Asked Questions
What are the plans for the area between Adams Street and I-15 in Midvale?
Beginning in early to mid-September, a new 3.7-acre park will be constructed on the west side of Adams Street between the Copperview Recreation Center park and Harvard Drive. UDOT and Midvale City are working closely together throughout the design process. The park will include the following features: sidewalk paths, trees, lights, a fenced dog park with shrubbery surrounding it, and small parking lots at the north and south ends of the park. Details for additional park features are in the process of being finalized.
A detention pond is being constructed at the south end of the park as part of a larger storm drain system for the new I-15 collector-distributor system. The pond will be lined with sod and will double as a recreation area when water is not present. Water collected during a storm event will drain from the pond.
What is the construction schedule?
Construction began in August 2019 and is expected to be complete by late 2020.
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What is a collector-distributor system?
A collector-distributor system parallels the mainline freeway and connects to more than one entrance/exit to the freeway. This system improves traffic flow by allowing mainline through traffic to bypass exit and entrance ramps. (See graphic below).
Jan. 30, 2018 –
Public Scoping Meeting
How long will night work continue?
Night work will occur up to seven days a week through the duration of the project.
What should I expect during construction?
Drivers, residents and businesses in the area can expect the following during construction:
Day and night work
Noise, dust and vibrations
Construction lighting at night
Construction vehicle traffic
Road closures and traffic detours
Sidewalk closures and pedestrian detours
How do I contact the project team?
You can reach a project team member 24/7 by calling our hotline at 801-747-9950. You can also email us at email@example.com.