400 South, 1300 East to 1680 East
Roadway Closure Continues
UDOT has completed and received approval on all plans to reconstruct the bridge deck and roadway on 1400 North (S.R. 75) over the railroad tracks near 1500 West. After the Labor Day weekend, crews are scheduled to resume work to remove and rebuild the bridge deck. Drivers should continue to use Main Street (U..S. 89) to 1400 North to 1100 West to access area businesses. UDOT expects to reopen the road in early December 2021.
Due to the upcoming winter season, crews will need to return in the Spring of 2022 to place the final pavement surfaces and lane markings across the bridge. We recognize how this closure has affected the Springville community over the past several months. We will do all we can to complete the repairs as soon as possible, and look forward to getting traffic back to normal.
As a reminder, motorists can use the Springville 400 South exit or Provo University Avenue/1860 South exit to U.S. 89 (State Street) as alternates. Detour signs will continue to be posted to help drivers safely navigate the area.
For your own safety, other drivers, and the workers; please slow down and be careful to observe traffic signs, cones, workers, and equipment within the work zones.
The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) will be performing work to the bridges passing over the railroad tracks near 450 West and 1500 West on S.R. 75 (1400 North) in order to improve the roadway and extend the life of the bridges. This work will be done in three stages beginning with the bridge near 450 West, then the bridge near 1500 West, and followed by a thin pavement overlay to the entire road surface.