Going northbound during morning rush and southbound during evening rush this intersection always bogs down terribly. I have to wait through 2-3 cycles of the light to get through, unlike the light for 10400 S, which is a much larger intersection. As the number of cars on Bangerter is approximately the same, I don’t understand why this is the case. The only difference could be the timing cycle of the light. I would vote for shutting down that intersection other than for right turns on or off the highway.
A square shaped cut was made into the asphalt for some work last month. It was filled with asphalt but has since reopened. The asphalt used to fill the whole came out when driving over it and now it's 15inches sqaure and 6 inches deep, with square edges.
THIS IS THE LAST SECTION OF THE NEW 11400 SOUTH. FROM THE TRAFFIC SIGNAL AT 3600 WEST HEADING EAST, THERE IS AN ISLAND THAT SEPARATES THE LANES OF TRAFFIC. IT NEEDS FLASHERS ON IT HEADING EAST. IT IS DARK AND HARD TO SEE ESPECIALLY FOR THOSE OF US TURNING NORTH ONTO LUCAS LANE. THE REST OF 11400 SOUTH HEADING WEST ALL THE WAY TO BANGETER HAS FLASHERS AND THEY HELP TREMENDOUSLY. WE HAVE SEEN MANY A CAR DRIVE UP ON THIS ISLAND AND WE HAVE AS WELL, ESPECIALLY WHEN IT IS RAINING. THIS ROAD IS BUSY AND ANY IMPROVEMENT TO HELP PROMOTE SAFETY. THANK YOU
7 or 8 orange barricade barrels are left over from construction. They have been there for months just blowing around next to Bangerter Highway. These are about 1/2 mile north of the 10400 exit. Southbound. Also an orange barrel is smashed lying on the east side of Bangerter about 100 yard south of 11400 So.
With the new construction and lights that were installed, we can no longer turn left because the left arrow is red. We need the arrow to be blinking yellow since there is very little west bound traffic in the mornings/afternoon and this light takes forever before it changes. This also effects the business park since the earlier left turn option was removed.