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Spurred this week by a citizen advocate from Jeremy Ranch, the Summit County Council will have some further discussions about a proposed I-80 noise wall near Jeremy. A work session on the sound wall will be held Monday, November 20 at the Richins Building from 4-6pm. Rick Brough has more.

The Summit County Council heard, again, from a Jeremy Ranch resident who says his group strongly opposes a noise-buffering wall along Interstate 80. In response, the Council is considering putting the item on the agenda for a special meeting they're having on Monday. Rick Brough has more.

UDOT Wants Input From All On Noise Barrier

Nov 2, 2017
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The Utah Department of Transportation is building a climbing lane on I-80 near Jeremy Ranch.  They hired an engineering firm to assess the impacts on the property owners who are most affected by the additional noise from the truck lane. Carolyn Murray has more on this ongoing story. 

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The group, Citizens Against the Wall, represents a group of basin residents trying to prevent UDOT from installing a 3200 foot long, 18 foot high, noise barrier along I-80 near Jeremy Ranch.  KPCW’s been following the story and Carolyn Murray has these updates.

Noise Abatement Wall Goes Out To A Vote

Oct 18, 2017
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For months, UDOT has studied the noise impacts an additional climbing lane will have on nearby property owners on I-80 near the Jeremy Ranch exit. Now UDOT will  be asking them to vote on how they want to mitigate the noise.  Carolyn Murray has this:

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With daily backups during the morning and evening commutes, its no secret that the SR 248 has needed improvements for some time. The process is just beginning. One resident, however, said its not needed and wants to put a stop to it. KPCW's Melissa Allison tells us why city officials disagree.

Park City and the Utah Department of Transportation will need to launch an environmental assessment study before any improvements can be made to State Route 248. This means it could be two more years before there's traffic relief for Park City's back entrance. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.

The Utah Department of Transportation is still looking at options for creating a noise barrier between Jeremy Ranch and Interstate 80. Rick Brough has more.

A UDOT road improvement project on Highway 224 started Monday and is expected to run through mid-November. The drainage project will have intermittent lane restrictions.

The firm on the project, Horrocks Engineering, says construction will impact 224 from Meadows Drive on the south end to Cove Canyon Drive (between the Blue Roof and Cutter Lane) on the north. Hours of construction will be 6am to 5pm.

Although there will be occasional lane restrictions, two lanes in each direction will stay open during peak hours.

UDOT Begins Wildlife Fence on I-80

Aug 18, 2017
UDOT workers installing new wildlife fencing on I-80

  

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