What’s Happening on US-89

U.S. 89 is one of the state's largest highway projects, and will be a major upgrade for the transportation system in Davis County. The project will be complete in 2023.

For the most updated information about the U.S. 89 project, please visit:

Call: 888-752-8789
UDOT's U.S. 89 Facebook group:
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UDOT Update 11/04/2021

- Sunday Closure - 
The southbound on-ramp from 400 North in Fruit Heights will be closed to traffic from approximately 4 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 7 while crews complete barrier installation. Area motorists should use Main Street as an alternate access to southbound U.S. 89. All other ramps will remain open during this work. Area residents can expect an increase in activity, noise and light during this work.

- Project Paving Update -
Wet weather continues to impact paving schedules, but crews continue working to complete paving or asphalt removal and replacement at multiple locations across the project area.
The priority is to ensure that frontage roads and side streets have a solid driving surface before winter and to prepare to shift traffic on U.S. 89 in several locations. These shifts are critical to the project remaining on schedule for completion in 2023 and allow us to maintain two lanes of traffic in each direction while construction continues on the next phase of work. 
Due to trucking and material availability, some sections of asphalt on the frontage roads or side streets may be installed now and removed and replaced next spring or summer. We recognize this may be inconvenient to area residents near these locations, but want to ensure there is a solid driving surface through the winter.

- Nicholls Road Area -
Crews are rebuilding the center of U.S. 89 through fall between Main Street and 400 North with the aim to shift northbound traffic to the center early in 2022 and begin full reconstruction activities on the east side. This work includes utility installation, material placement, grading and compaction. Material placement and paving are expected in mid-November and area residents can expect some additional vibration during these activities. Bridge work will also include ground improvements and use of large equipment through 2022. Area residents can expect ongoing noise, vibration and dust during the day while this work occurs.

Finally, for the public’s safety, UDOT is asking that people stop walking and riding through the construction areas as there is a lot of work that is occurring. With all the heavy equipment and construction vehicles, it is difficult to see people walking or riding bikes. UDOT is worried about an accident and need your help in obeying all construction signs and road closures. Please be respectful of the heavy equipment and the work that is occurring along the HWY-89 corridor. 

Utility Interruptions - Residents should expect intermittent utility interruptions (i.e. water, power, phone, etc.) during the next several months. As the City is made aware of scheduled disruptions, information will be disseminated to you through the City’s social media accounts and website.


The U.S. 89 project will improve safety and mobility by widening U.S. 89 to three lanes in each direction, and by adding bridges over U.S. 89 with on/off-ramps at 200 North/400 North, Oak Hills Drive, Gordon Avenue and Antelope Drive. Additional bridges will be built over U.S. 89 at Nicholls Road and Crestwood Road. Some sections of new frontage road will be constructed to improve access to existing frontage roads and local streets. This will help local traffic access the new interchanges and crossings efficiently. The frontage road system will also function as a signed bicycle route. 

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UDOT Construction Phases