West Valley City is reconstructing 4100 South between Bangerter Highway and 5460 West. The project will increase safety and mobility of the roadway and upgrade traffic signals, sidewalks and drainage. In coordination with this work, Granger Hunter Improvement District (GHID) will be replacing the water line along the corridor.
Construction is scheduled to last through fall 2020. Crews will work Monday - Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., and on weekends as needed.
- New pavement
- Upgraded intersections at 4000 West, 4400 West and 4800 West
- Enhanced utilities, sidewalks, traffic signs, drainage and aesthetics
- Consistent park strip
- Additional street lighting
- Community mailboxes
When complete the project will enhance safety and connectivity in the area and provide a smooth travel experience.
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4100 SOUTH RECONSTRUCTION FAQ
Q: How can I stay informed about the project during construction?
A: The project website at www.4100southwvc.com will provide up-to-date project information throughout construction. Drivers and residents are encouraged to sign up for weekly email updates through our website or by emailing info@4100SouthWCV.com You can also reach the project team on our hotline at 801-872-3941 or by project email.
Q: What is the planned construction?
A: Work will consist of reconstructing the roadway and upgrading traffic signals, sidewalks, and drainage. Other significant roadway improvements will include:
-Upgraded intersections at 4000 West, 4400 West and 4800 West
-Enhanced utilities, sidewalks, traffic signs, drainage and aesthetics
-Consistent park strip
-Additional street lighting
-New Granger-Hunter Improvement District water line
Q: When will construction begin?
A: Construction began Tuesday, May 28, and is scheduled to last through late 2020. Crews are scheduled to work Monday-Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., and on Saturdays as needed.
Q: What will the traffic configurations look like during construction?
A: Construction will be broken into 3 phases:
Phase 1: Late May 2019 – Summer 2019: Construction begins. The contact’s first activities will include storm drain work down the center of the road, with traffic reduced to one lane in each direction on either side.
Phase 2: Summer 2019 – Winter 2019: All traffic will be shifted to the south side of the road for the remainder of 2019 as crews reconstruct the north half of the road and curb, gutter and sidewalk.
Phase 3: Spring 2020 – Fall 2020: Traffic will shift to the newly reconstructed north side, and work will take place on the south half of the road.
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Q: 4100 South has been under construction before, why is reconstruction happening again?
A: This reconstruction is happening to add consistent improvements throughout the corridor and install a new water line in coordination with Granger-Hunter Improvement District. We are hopeful that this project will be a long-term solution on 4100 South to avoid numerous smaller construction projects on the corridor in the future.
Q: What can I expect during construction?
A: During construction, 4100 South will be brought down to one lane in each direction. Because of the reduced lanes, Drivers should expect heavy traffic delays and use an alternate route if possible. In addition:
-Daytime work activities
-Noise, dust and vibration
-Lane restrictions and changing travel patterns
-Trucks and equipment entering/exiting the work zone
Q: I am a business owner in the area. How will my business be affected?
A: During construction in 2019, access to surrounding businesses will be temporarily impacted as needed. Our team will be contacting businesses in the area prior to any impacts. Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns in the meantime.
Q: I am a property owner in the area. Will my property be affected by construction?
A: In order to complete the planned improvements in this area, some property has been purchased from nearby landowners. Our team will be contacting residents and property owners in the area prior to impacts.
Q: Who is funding this project?
A: The project will utilize federally allocated funds and is being managed by West Valley City.