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Major lane closure starts as I-15 tech corridor project in Utah County nearing its end

LEHI — A major lane closure in the Interstate 15 technology corridor construction project starts Wednesday night, and will last through Monday morning. Project officials said the end of construction is in sight for the gridlock and delays.

According to officials from the Utah Department of Transportation, the project should wrap up in about a month.

UDOT will shut down the far-left northbound lane on I-15 in Lehi, beginning at 9 p.m. Wednesday.

The lane will be closed between Lehi Main Street and state Route 92 until 6 a.m. Monday. Officials said it’s a critical closure on the last lap of construction.

“It’s going to be a big benefit for anybody that works here or comes here,” said Andrew Gwynn, a UDOT project manager who has been working on the interstate expansion since it started.

Nearly 200,000 cars drive that stretch of I-15 every day.

Over the last two decades,

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