Keep up to date on the latest road construction projects in Saratoga Springs. Below you will find information and links to UDOT and city road construction projects. All construction timelines are subject to change. For real time updates on these projects follow us on Facebook @cityofsaratogasprings
Foothill Blvd. Extension Project
Pony Express Parkway Extension Project
Current City Road Construction
Lehi Main Street/Crossroads Boulevard Widening Project
A project to widen Lehi Main Street/Saratoga Springs Crossroads Boulevard from 2300 West to Commerce Drive has begun. The speed limit in the construction zone has been reduced to 35 mph so that crews can work safely along the shoulders. All lanes of traffic are currently open. Please slow down, be alert and attentive, and watch for workers and construction vehicles. For more information visit https://www.crossroadsmainproject.com
400 E will be closed October 26 - October 31 due to a utility installation
Riverside Drive and 400 S.
Riverside Drive will have a lane shift until December 1 for utility work.
McGregor Lane will be closed September 9 - November 13 due to a utility installation.
Current UDOT Road Construction
We have three main roads going through our city that are under the jurisdiction of UDOT. Pioneer Crossing, Redwood Road and Mountain View Corridor. Road construction timing, lights and speed limits along these roads are determined by them. Find out more about what is going on with UDOT road construction projects here in Saratoga Springs. to visit the UDOT website click here. To contact UDOT click here.
I-15 Technology Corridor Construction
The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) has major traffic changes coming to Lehi in early November. The new bridge over I-15 at Triumph Boulevard is expected to open and the frontage roads adjacent to I-15 from S.R. 92 (Timpanogos Highway) to 2100 North will convert to one-way roads. Both of these new features will be open to traffic, but in a temporary configuration through late 2020.
To stay informed, sign up for updates at udot.utah.gov/techcorridor and follow the project on Twitter @i15techcorridor. Contact the project team at 844-401-TECH(8324) or firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
For questions about safely using or driving near the green bike boxes and bike lanes, visit UDOT’s website here.
The Utah Department of Transportation recently conducted a safety study to identify potential solutions to improve safety on Pioneer Crossing through Lehi and Saratoga Springs. UDOT met with both cities to review and discuss the study recommendations. From the study UDOT recommended to implement the following:
- Install overhead and side-mounted advanced warning systems at each signal to alert drivers that the signal is changing to red and to prepare to stop. The study identified 2300 West as the top priority for an AWS system, followed by 500 West. These two intersections would be installed first, with the remaining intersections to follow as funding allows.
- Reprogram the left-turn signals for the EB and WB traffic at 2300 W, 1100 W, 500 W and Center Street to remove permissive lefts (flashing yellow arrows) and implement protected left turns only (green arrows). These adjustments can be made with the existing equipment already installed at the signals.
- Adding a protected left-turn signal for EB and WB traffic at 1700 West, and
- Installing curve warning signs with advisory speeds at key points along the corridor.
"Pioneer Crossing is one of the main east-west corridors serving the communities of Saratoga Springs and Lehi. By working closely with our city partners we were able to identify solutions that would improve safety and keep traffic moving on Pioneer Crossing," said Rob Clayton, UDOT Region Three Director.
- UDOT has moved forward with reprogramming the left-turn signals at all the intersections from 300 East to 2300 West to a protected left-turn movement.
- The left turn signal at 1700 West is currently being installed and the curve warning signs will be added in the coming weeks.
- The AWS system at 2300 West is scheduled to be installed within the next six months once design work and a contractor is selected to build them.