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UDOT starts work on the North Davis Corridor in Davis County

Mar 27, 2021 07:43PM ● By Jared Bryson
Nearly 10 years ahead of the preliminary start date, UDOT has started physical work on the North Davis Corridor in Davis County.  The windows in your house will not be coated with dirt just yet, however. 

Construction workers and heavy machinery have mobilized into place in South Farmington.  One of the first steps is to prepare pilings and pile drive them in the median of Legacy Highway.  This will serve as the base for the overhead ramps that will allow traffic to access the new Connector from I-15 Northbound.  There will be some single-lane closures on Legacy Highway to accommodate for the construction.

UDOT says, "Pile driving will start Monday, March 22 during daytime hours and will continue intermittently for approximately three weeks. Nearby residents, motorists, and trail users may notice noise and vibrations during this time. The left shoulder on both northbound and southbound Legacy Highway will be closed to accommodate this activity."

Then, in early April 2021, fill material will be hauled into the area using Park Lane and 1525 West as the major truck route for the fill dirt.  

"[The] West Davis [Cooridor] is a new 16-mile, 4-lane divided highway project currently planned to be constructed in western Davis County. The first phase of construction will connect to I-15 & Legacy Parkway at approximately Glovers Lane in Farmington, extending west and north, terminating at 4500 West and the future extension of S.R. 193 in West Point," according to UDOT's website.


Have a question, concern, or something to communicate to UDOT?  Here is their hotline: 1-877-298-1991