Getting There is Getting Better
Mountain View Corridor is using a phased construction approach designed to balance transportation needs with available funds. Initial construction includes two lanes in each direction with signalized intersections and biking and walking trails. Future construction phases will build out the remainder of the corridor by converting intersections to interchanges and adding inside lanes to achieve a fully functional freeway. Mountain View Corridor will eventually be a 35-mile freeway from I-80 in Salt Lake County to S.R. 73 in Utah County.
Phased Implementation Plan
Mountain View Corridor follows a phased construction plan—a balanced approach designed to include roadway, transit and trails.
Northwest Utah County Transportation Update
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To address the growth and travel demands of Eagle Mountain, Saratoga Springs and surrounding areas, the Utah Department of Transportation will implement several transportation improvement projects.
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How to Navigate Mountain View Corridor
Keep the following in mind when driving on or around Mountain View Corridor:
- Remember that the corridor roads running north and south are one-way only.
- Prepare to stop when you see flashing yellow lights when approaching an intersection.
- Plan for two different traffic signals when traveling east or west across the corridor.
- As you would on any other road, be aware of you surroundings, avoid distractions and drive safely.
Since Mountain View Corridor will eventually become a freeway, driving around it may seem different than other roads. Please keep in mind these tips while on or near the corridor.