Southeastern Utah Weekly UDOT Construction Update, Carbon Avenue Reopens

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The railroad maintenance that closed part of Carbon Avenue, beginning Sunday, has been completed. Utah Department of Transportation Spokesman Kevin Kitchen said the construction had wrapped up on Tuesday at 8 p.m., opening one of Price City’s main thoroughfares back up to traffic. The following is a summary of other UDOT projects happening around Southeastern Utah:

Various

U.S. 6 & S.R. 10 Microsurfacing
Contract: Nielson Construction
Amount: $715,506
Location: U.S. 6 Near Helper, Ferron Main Street, Castle Dale Main Street
Impact: * Minimal delay
Activity: * Applying new microsurface * Evening work on U.S. 6 from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m * Daytime work on S.R. 10

Carbon County

S.R. 10, South Price to Stake Farm Road
Contract: Nielson Construction
Amount: $1,840,710
Location: South of Price
Impact: * Single lane traffic during evening hours * Evening work near residential area
Activity: * Rotomilling * Paving

Emery County

S.R. 10, Huntington Main Street
Contract: Geneva Rock Products
Amount: $745,506
Location: Huntington Main Street
Impact: * Access modifications * Lane closure
Activity: * Construction of pedestrian sidewalk ramps on corners * Milling road surface * Soft spot repairs

Sevier County

I-70, Wide Hollow To Fremont Junction
Contract: Nielson Construction
Amount: $4,534,747
Location: Salina Canyon, Mileposts 83 to 89
Impact: * No delays expected
Activity: * Finish work

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