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UDOT: SB I-215 in Millcreek shifting traffic flow through the fall

SALT LAKE CITY — The southbound I-215 travel lanes between 3300 South and 4500 South in Millcreek will shift onto new concrete in the median to give the Utah Department of Transportation’s (UDOT) I-80 and I-215 project team space to complete their next phase of work.

Traffic will be in a lane split pattern, as shown in the animated graphic.

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Drivers will see this new traffic pattern as early as Sunday morning, May 15, and it will be in place through fall 2022. Those needing to exit southbound I-215 at 4500 South should stay in the right two lanes. Through traffic can use all travel lanes. For more information about this new traffic pattern, visit udot.utah.gov/saltlakeeast or reach out to the project team at saltlakeeast@utah.gov or 844-909-3278.

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