Commuters in Utah and Salt Lake counties got an early Halloween treat with the opening of the Interstate 15 Technology Corridor.
It was hoped that Gov. Gary R. Herbert and other UDOT executives and guests would place the last items as a grand opening to the corridor. However, a spike in COVID-19 canceled any plans to do just that.
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, according to UDOT.
“This project, along with I-15 CORE, The Point, Access Utah County (all projects completed during Herbert’s tenure) and more have created a transportation network that allows business to thrive,” UDOT spokesman John Gleason said.
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