New Mountain View Corridor section hits halfway point, causes closures on S.R. 201

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The Utah Department of Transportation celebrated Monday hitting the halfway point for a $335 million project to extend the Mountain View Corridor highway from 4100 South to State Road 201.

But that comes with some road closures there during evenings this week on the State Road 201 freeway where it will soon connect with the new west-side highway at about 5700 West.

On Monday and Tuesday, eastbound lanes on S.R. 201 will close there from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. On Wednesday and Thursday, the westbound lanes will close during the same hours. That will allow crews to set beams for a new the Mountain View Corridor bridge over S.R. 201.

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