CANCELLED: UDOT and Governor Herbert to Celebrate Opening of I-15 Technology Corridor Project
One of UDOT’s largest projects expands I-15 to six lanes wide from Bangerter Highway to Orem
WHAT: Gov. Gary R. Herbert and UDOT Executive Director Carlos Braceras will celebrate the completion of the I-15 Technology Corridor project by placing the final piece of a large-scale puzzle of Utah County.
The I-15 Technology Corridor is the final piece in reconstructing I-15 in northern Utah County, as the project includes the last section of I-15 to be widened between Bangerter Highway and Spanish Fork. This project, along with I-15 CORE, The Point, Access Utah County (all projects completed during Governor Herbert’s tenure) and more have created a transportation network that allows business to thrive.
The project expanded I-15 from four to six lanes in both directions between Main Street and S.R. 92, and includes the first one-way frontage road system in Utah, two redesigned interchanges and new trails for pedestrians and cyclists.
Friday, Oct. 30, at 9:30 a.m. CANCELLED
***Please arrive 15 minutes early to set up and plug into the mult box***
WHERE: Cisco System Parking Lot – 2701 North Thanksgiving Way, Lehi
Note: Attendees will need to wear masks and observe social distancing. Masks will be provided as needed.
- Governor Hebert placing the last puzzle piece into a large-scale puzzle map of Utah County
- Gov. Gary R. Herbert
- UDOT Executive Director Carlos Braceras
- UDOT Project Director Boyd Humphreys