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Road projects for Region four

Carbon

U.S. 6 Helper Interchange

Project includes the construction of a grade-separated interchange on U.S. Highway 6 at North Main Street in Helper. The interchange will feature a bridge over Main Street with new on- and off-ramps onto U.S. 6. Crews are currently building retaining walls, placing pipe culverts, and driving piles for the bridge. Traffic is reduced to one lane in each direction with a reduced speed limit. Motorists should expect minimal delays. Expected completion: July 2008.

Emery

U.S. 6 Milepost 283-288 (about 10 miles north of I-70)

Project includes the addition of uphill passing lanes. Crews are currently performing shoulder excavation work. Traffic is reduced to one lane in each direction with a reduced speed limit. Motorists should expect minor delays throughout the summer. Project completion expected by fall 2007.

Grand

U.S. 191 Milepost 147-151 (about 15 miles north of Moab)

Project includes the addition of passing lanes. Crews are currently excavating shoulder areas of the roadway. Traffic is reduced to one lane in each direction with a reduced speed limit of 55 miles per hour. Motorists should expect minimal delays. Project completion is expected in July 2007.

San Juan

U.S. 191 Milepost 95-110 (about 10 miles south of Moab)

Project includes the addition of passing lanes in three locations (MP 96-99, MP 104-106, and MP 108-110). Crews are currently working from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and are excavating shoulder areas. Traffic is reduced to one lane in alternating directions as directed by flaggers and pilot cars. Motorists should expect delays of up to 20 minutes while traveling through the area. Speed limits are reduced. Project completion is expected in September 2007.

U.S. 491 East of Monticello (Milepost 1-9)

This project includes a total pavement reconstruction, shoulder widening, and the addition of passing lanes. Crews began work April 9 with traffic reduced to one lane in alternating directions as directed by temporary traffic signals. Motorists should expect delays of up to 20 minutes. Project completion is expected in October 2007 with a chip seal project to follow in May or June 2008.

U.S. 491 Between Milepost 9 and Colorado State Line (Milepost 9-17)

Project includes the pavement rehabilitation and shoulder widening of a seven-mile section of U.S. 491. Crews have suspended work until May 15 when they will return to place a chip seal on this nearly complete project. Project completion is expected in July 2007.





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