UDOT constructing traffic signal at maligned SR-73 intersection

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An intersection that Eagle Mountain residents have requested for traffic signal improvements is now seeing changes. The Utah Department of Transportation recently began work to install traffic lights on SR-73 at Mustang Way. Eagle Mountain City Engineer Chris Trusty says this project has been in the works since April of 2022. “They did a traffic… Read more »

Understanding snow formation

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Snowy Road

How does snow form? In the play “The King & I,” Anna Leonowens, a British tutor hired by King Mongkut of Siam to be his children’s schoolteacher, participates in the following conversation as she is conducting class: Crown Prince Chulalongkorn: “Snow? Snow? Spots of lace?” Anna: “Yes, Your Highness.” Crown Prince Chulalongkorn: “The water freezes… Read more »

TMP reviewed by council, additional research underway

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Eagle Mountain’s proposed Transportation Master Plan will be receiving some additional research and consideration prior to final approval. During their Sept. 20 meeting, the Eagle Mountain City Council moved to table the Transportation Master Plan after concerns were voiced both by residents and council members on several key aspects of the plan. Once adopted, The… Read more »

EM anticipates Old Airport Rd extension following project funding

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A project designed to increase infrastructure and improve access for residents and businesses is anticipated to begin in the next year or so. Earlier this year, Eagle Mountain City pursued, and received funding for, the extension of Old Airport Road to SR-73. The project, once completed, is designed to act as another east-west arterial road… Read more »