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New I-215 Traffic Pattern

As early as Saturday night, May 6, crews will shift the right two lanes on northbound I-215 onto new concrete pavement in the median of I-215 to accommodate the reconstruction of northbound I-215. 

The left lane on northbound I-215 in this section will remain split. Traffic will remain in this pattern through summer 2023. 

To prepare for this traffic shift, crews will close the right lane on northbound I-215 between 3300 South and 4500 South starting Friday morning, May 5, and continuing through Sunday morning, May 7. Drivers should plan ahead and expect minor travel delays.

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To safely navigate this new traffic pattern, drivers should follow the posted signage and message boards.

Those needing to exit northbound I-215 at 3300 South and 3900 South must stay in the right two lanes. Through traffic can use all travel lanes. 

Plan ahead when approaching the lane split and follow the reduced speed limit. Making last-minute lane changes before the lane split is a safety hazard. Drivers can expect uneven pavement and drainage grates in the travel lanes and should use caution in the work zone. 

Reduced Speed Limit

To accommodate a safer work zone, the speed limit on I-80 between 1300 East and 2300 East and I-215 from 3300 South to 4500 South has been reduced to 55 miles per hour. The speed limit will remain at 55 miles per hour through the end of construction.

Regular Lane Closures

Drivers should anticipate regular off-peak, overnight and weekend lane closures on I-215. To see real-time traffic conditions, visit UDOT Traffic.  

To see impacts to nearby properties that increase noise or vibration, visit here.

The construction schedule and activities are weather-dependent and subject to change.​​

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