July 16, 2021 Project Update
As early as July 19, 2021, UDOT will begin pavement resurfacing on the 24th Street from I-15 to A Avenue and Lincoln Avenue to Washington Boulevard. The project will remove surface defects and increase road longevity by 7 - 10 years. Work is expected to be complete within 30 days depending on conditions.
What to expect
- Night work, Mon - Fri, 9 p.m. - 5 a.m.
- Single-lane reductions and restricted turns during work hours
- Restricted parking on some areas
- Night noise and lights
Plan your route ahead of time and check out the map for detour information and download the UDOT Traffic App!
Visit udot.utah.gov/go/24thstreetviaduct for more information!
The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) is rehabilitating the 24th Street Viaduct from A Ave to Lincoln Ave in Ogden. This project will extend the life of the viaduct for an additional 20 years, improve drainage and enhance pedestrian access by converting stairs to an ADA-compliant ramp.
Work on the viaduct continues until fall, 2021. Eastbound traffic will remain open throughout the project. Pedestrians will be able to access the viaduct until Sunday night, after which access will be closed throughout the duration of the project.
What to expect
Eastbound traffic reduced to single one-way lane restrictions
Westbound traffic will use 31st Street as a detour
Pedestrian and bicycle access closed throughout the project
Dust, noise, lights and night work
Seven overnight full closures of the viaduct - dates to be determined
One weekend full closure of the viaduct - date to be determined
26th Street Construction Update
July 22, 2021 Project Update
In observance of the Pioneer Day holiday, no work will take place from Friday, July 23 at 5 p.m. through Monday, July 26 at 7 a.m.
Monday, July 26, the intersection of 26th Street and Lincoln Avenue will CLOSE to north / south traffic for the duration of the project. Please follow posted detours.
Ogden Municipal Building Access will revert back to 27th Street and Grant Avenue on Monday, August 2 for approximately 3 weeks. Please use caution as the access crosses through the construction zone.
What to expect
- Schedule: Construction will take place Mon. - Fri. from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Parking: No on-street parking is allowed, including weekends.
- Utility Impacts: New utility lines (gas, water, power, communications) will be installed. Planned utility outages will be advised with at least 48 hours notice. Due to the condition of old lines, emergency shutoffs may occur without notice.
The 26th Street Corridor is undergoing full-depth reconstruction between Wall Avenue and Washington Boulevard. This project includes upgrading all underground utilities, new curb, gutter and sidewalk, and new pavement.
Ogden City has a dedicated public information team for this project. Please contact them using the information below.
During the Summer of 2021, motorists in Ogden will see an increase in construction-related traffic. There are multiple projects happening throughout the city and construction is expected to extend through the summer months. Motorists are encouraged to use mobile applications such WAZE to help them make informed, on-the-go decisions.
Harrison BLVD Water Line Construction
September 29, 2021 Update
Construction is ongoing for the Harrison BLVD Water Line from 32nd Street to 36th Street. The project is expected to substantially complete by October 1 with some surface work to be completed in October.
Previous Week Summary: Crew switched over services on Harrison BLVD from the old main to the new main.
Current Week Summary: Crews are working today on the final mainline & service line connection at the East side of 34th/Harrison. Residents on 34th Street between Harrison & Tyler will be out of water service until the crews are completed (water is expected to be turned on in the afternoon). Once completed, they will abandon the old line completely (fill with pipe fill), and the new line will be completely tied to the water system. Paving, cleanup, and surface work will occur starting tomorrow. Paving is expected to last through Thursday 9/30.
Week of 9/27 thru 10/1: Crews will prepare to connect the new line at 34th/Harrison after all service lines are switched over to the new line. Concrete work will be scheduled and final paving will also be scheduled afterwards.
After 10/1: Mill/overlay is tentatively scheduled for October 20, 21, & 22. Outstanding concrete/landscape restoration will happen between 10/1 & 10/20. Once the mill/overlay is completed, concrete collars for valves will be poured.
If any concerns or questions contact: Public Involvement Hotline 800-292-3557.
January 7, 2022 Project Update
In observance of the Thanksgiving holiday, construction activities will be suspended Thursday, Nov. 25 through Sunday, Nov. 28. Have a happy and safe holiday weekend!
- OGX station platform work resumes next week between 24th and 25th Streets, with column and pedestal installations. No traffic impacts are expected for this work. More information is available by calling the project hotline at 877-495-4240 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
25th Street (Closure Starts Monday January 10th)
On Friday, January 7th, flaggers will direct traffic between Washington Blvd. and Jefferson Avenue as crews lower utility manholes.
Full roadway reconstruction begins Monday, January 10th between Washington Blvd. and Jefferson Avenue, with pavement removals and curb/gutter/sidewalk removals on the north side of the street.
25th Street will be closed to through traffic between Washington Blvd. and Jefferson Avenue. Access will be maintained for local residential and business traffic only and will be directed by flaggers during daytime hours from Adams and Jefferson Avenues. Through traffic will be detoured to 24th and 26th Streets.
On-street parking will not be permitted on 25th Street. Business parking will be maintained on side-streets (Washington Blvd. and Ogden, Adams and Jefferson Avenues) and other areas shown on the map below.
North/south traffic will be maintained across 25th Street on Adams and Jefferson Avenues.
OGX station platform work and utility relocations (gas) are underway near the Jefferson Ave. intersection, with sidewalk detours for this work.
- As of January 10th, UTA bus stops on the 603 route at 25th & Jefferson Avenue will be closed and riders will need to board the bus at 25th & Adams Avenue.
- Utility relocations (telecom, power) continue at 32nd and 36th Streets.
- Left-turns are restricted from the east and west sides of the 36th St. intersection to Harrison.
- Retaining wall construction continues in the 34th/35th Street area. Traffic is shifted to the east side of Harrison Blvd. between 31st and 37th Streets and two lanes are maintained in each direction. Left turns are restricted in the work zone. Business and residential accesses are maintained.
Weber State Campus
- Handrail installation is planned next week on central campus.
- Utility installations (power, lighting, traffic signal) and station platform work continue at Village Drive.
- Retaining wall installation continues through the Wildcat Village student housing area. Pedestrians are asked to stay out of the work zone.
- Storm drain installation and utility relocations (gas) continue across Country Hills Drive, with possible flagging operations for this work.
More information is available by calling the City's project hotline: (800) 292-3557 or emailing email@example.com.
Ogden Canyon Bridge Construction
Full Closure for Ogden Canyon, 10/3
The Utah Department of Transportation will implement a full closure of Ogden Canyon on Sunday, October 3, 2021, 6 a.m. - 3:30 p.m., for roadside maintenance, ditch clearing, barrier repair and other work. The closure will affect the full length of the canyon. Motorists should plan to use alternate routes.
For information about the Ogden City Culinary Water Metering & Hydrant Project
Contact Jeni Goff, Public Involvement
Phone: (385) 262-5188
May 10, 2021 Project Update
Construction has begun to replace the mid-canyon bridge along SR-39 in Ogden Canyon. While the project progresses, crews are working to improve traffic flows in both directions in the canyon. As the weather warms up and recreational opportunities open at Pineview Reservoir, an increase in traffic and congestion in the canyon is expected. Motorists should expect significant delays during peak morning and evening travel times. UDOT advises motorists to give themselves extra travel time for their commute and recreational outings or use alternate routes when possible.
This project is a continuation of UDOT’s project to rehabilitate three bridges in Ogden Canyon. The mid-canyon bridge will be replaced with an improved bridge that will last 75 years. Work will continue through fall 2021.
Speed limits in work zones are reduced. Motorists should exercise caution while traveling through work zones, heed construction signage and take alternate routes when possible. Plan ahead by checking traffic conditions at udot.utah.gov/traffic, or by downloading the UDOT Traffic app.
For Ogden Canyon Bridges Project questions and concerns:
Hotline: (801) 509-5906
Senior Communication Manager – UDOT Region One
UDOT to Repave US-89 from 40th Street to 22nd Street on Washington Blvd.
October 21, 2021 Update
40th Street to 26th Street:
- Crews have started the process to remove and replace three sidewalk pedestrian ramps at the 37th Street/Washington Blvd. intersection, as well as one at the 40th Street/Washington Blvd. intersection, and expect to finish by the end of the week.
- The final missing roadway messages (including some turn arrows, stop bars, and school zones) will be placed the night of Wednesday, November 3.
- Due to the addition of new bike lanes between 26th and 30th Street, one of the three southbound lanes between 26th Street and 30th Street was removed. As a result, crews will come in sometime over the next couple of weeks to remove the third southbound traffic light at each of those intersections and re-center the remaining two over the two existing southbound lanes.
26th Street to 22nd Street:
- The placement of final striping and roadway messages (crosswalks, stop bars, etc.) is taking much longer than expected. Crews will continue to work on this as often as weather allows through early-November. Due to temperature constraints, this work has to be done during the day.
- Sign installation has not yet started, due to subcontractor schedule delays. We hope to get this going as soon as possible.
Between now and project completion, expected by mid-October, crews will place final roadway messages, restore any landscaping disturbed during work activities, and perform general project clean-up.
Work will take place between the hours of 7 p.m. and 7 a.m., up to seven days a week. Nearby businesses and residents should expect increased noise and vibration associated with construction during these hours.
On Monday night, July 26, the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) will begin a project in Ogden/South Ogden to repave US-89 (Washington Blvd.) from 40th Street to 22nd Street by removing and replacing the top layer of asphalt. This will improve the ride and help keep this pavement in good condition for a number of years. This project will also help tie in the work that was done by the Ogden BRT Project. Additionally, crews will replace sections of curb and gutter, and replace various pedestrian sidewalk ramps along the project corridor to bring them up to current standards. This project is expected to reach completion in mid-October.
To minimize the impact on the traveling public through this highly utilized corridor, the majority of the work will take place at night, between the hours of 7 p.m. and 7 a.m., up to seven days a week. Motorists should expect intermittent lane closures, intersection closures, lane shifts, and delays of up to 15 minutes during work hours. Uneven lane conditions are possible outside of work hours.
*Patrons and employees of businesses along the work zone should avoid parking on the street.*
For your safety, as well as the safety of those working in the area, please use extra caution and stay alert while driving through construction zones. Nearby residents and businesses should expect increased noise, dust, and vibration associated with construction. Construction schedules are subject to change due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances. If you have questions or concerns, please contact the project team at 877-495-4240 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sign up for email updates by sending us an email with “US-89 Updates” in the subject line.