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Chip sealing, road improvements announced

The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) advises motorists that work to apply a chip seal to Hwy. 38, between Brigham City and SR-30 in Collinston, will get underway Monday, July 21.
Several road improvements will be made to SR-38, as well as other roadways in the Honeyville, Brigham City, Tremonton, Deweyville and Collinston areas as a part of this project.
Hwy. 38 will receive a chip seal resurfacing from Highland Boulevard in Brigham City to its intersection with SR-30, just north of Collinston. Additionally, SR-102 will also be resurfaced with a chip seal from 1600 E. in Tremonton to its intersection with Hwy. 38 in Deweyville.
Finally, the intersection of Hwy. 38 and SR-240, at 6900 N. and 2600 West in Honeyville, will be improved with widened shoulders and a new left-turn lane.
During this project, road work will generally take place Monday through Saturday, between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. daily, with occasional night and weekend work. Motorists should expect traffic delays of up to 20 minutes, with flaggers controlling traffic and a pilot car escorting traffic through the work zone. Motorists with time-sensitive travel should plan it in advance, considering alternate routes where possible.
Traffic lanes will also be restricted at 6900 N. and 2600 W. in Honeyville while work takes place to reconfigure the Hwy. 38/Hwy. 240 intersection. Though lanes may be restricted or closed due to construction, local traffic will be accommodated. However, traffic not terminating in Honeyville should consider alternate routes.

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