Remaining construction on the project through next week includes:
Installing remaining pedestrian signs.
Completing concrete work at the Jeremy Ranch Park and Ride Lot.
Continue landscaping work inside the roundabouts, including final irrigation and adding shredded wood mulch.
Dressing up the grades around the project in preparation for seeding in the fall and to clean up from the construction.
Summit County recently installed new No Left Turn signs at the westbound and eastbound I-80 off-ramps to remind drivers to follow the roundabout designation and not to attempt illegal left-turn shortcuts.
The new Jeremy Ranch Park and Ride Lot will open as soon as the concrete waiting pad is placed, and Utah Transit Authority’s SLC-PC Connect bus can resume service (now anticipated for late July). A new e-bike station is being installed in the Jeremy Ranch Park and Ride Lot and is now projected to be available early August.
All drivers should use caution and follow the posted speed limit when traveling through the project area.
There will be ongoing construction activities in travel lanes at various locations while crews work to complete the project. Drivers can expect intermittent lane impacts, traffic shifts and flagging operations. Please use caution in the work area and reduce your speed, obey all traffic signs and do not go through barricades.
Drivers should use caution, follow signage and obey traffic rules. Check out these educational videos for a quick refresher on how to safely navigate roundabouts.