Public input on UDOT’s I-15 project ends at midnight
SALT LAKE CITY — UDOT is looking for input from the public on its next planned expansion project, but you only have until midnight tonight.
There are two plans up for debate for I-15 between Salt Lake and Davis County. One plan would widen I-15 to 6 lanes both NB & SB through North Salt Lake.
The other idea is the have reversible lanes where some are used to go southbound into downtown Salt Lake City in the morning, and then reverse so drivers could use the same lanes northbound in the evening.
If you want to tell UDOT which option you prefer visit UDOT.utah.gov.
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