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Pony Express Widening Project Update
Updated March 26, 2018:
Construction crews continue to extend the culverts for the Utah Lake Distribution and Welby-Jacobs Canals and install a new 18-inch pressurized irrigation line on the south side of Pony Express Parkway. Storm drain work continues at various locations between Foothill Boulevard and Porter's Crossing. Within the next two weeks, Rocky Mountain Power is scheduled to begin removing power poles and burying power lines along the north side of the road.
Motorists should expect minimal travel days. Please use caution and watch for construction vehicles entering and exiting the road. If you have questions or concerns, please contact the project team at 877-495-4240 or at email@example.com. Construction schedules are subject to change due to equipment problems, inclement weather, or emergency situations.
Originally published February 20, 2018:
To accommodate current and future traffic demands, Eagle Mountain and Saratoga Springs will widen Pony Express Parkway from two lanes to five lanes from Porter’s Crossing to Redwood Road. This project will be constructed in two phases.
Phase One: Possibly beginning as early as Wednesday, February 28, 2018, construction crews are scheduled to extend two culverts where the Welby-Jacobs Canal and the Utah Lake Distributing Canals cross under the roadway, and several irrigation pipe crossings between Thunder Boulevard (200 West in Saratoga Springs) and Redwood Road. This work is to be completed by early April 2018.
Phase Two: The second phase will be to widen Pony Express Parkway. Crews are scheduled to begin road construction by late spring. Work will continue throughout the summer with an expected completion by fall 2018.
School entrances will stay open during the school year and two traffic lanes will remain open on Pony Express Parkway. Between June and August, accesses may be periodically closed at times while crews build the improvements. Motorists can use State Route 73 as an alternative route.
Please use caution and obey all signs and posted speeds when driving through the construction zone. The construction schedule is subject to change for various reasons such as, equipment problems, inclement weather, and emergency situations. If you have questions, concerns, or would like to receive project updates, contact us at 877-495-4240 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.