Town & County

U.S. 40 downhill travel to be reduced to one lane north of Heber

WASATCH COUNTY, Utah — Beginning Monday, April 17 at 7 a.m., eastbound (downhill) lanes on U.S. 40 from the Provo River bridge to the Summit County line will be reduced to a single lane 24 hours a day.

The single-lane configuration will stay in place throughout the duration of the construction, which is set to last until the fall.

The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) project is focused on pavement rehabilitation and bridge deck replacement on U.S. 40.

UDOT crews will also be repairing and replacing broken concrete roadway panels. There will be some westbound (uphill) single-lane closures throughout the project as well.

UDOT says to expect moderate to heavy delays.

Speed limits will be reduced, and the department also notes that nearby residents may notice an increase in noise and vibration.

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