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Open Issues: 374 Closed Issues: 3,178 Acknowledged Issues: 231
Watching issues created after: 2017-11-16

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  • Signage Archived
    S Porter Rockwell Blvd Riverton, UT, 84065, USA - Bluffdale

    We have multiple issues here and the growth in the area is only making them worse.

    1: This section is 35 MPH. There is a sign posted southbound but not northbound. There needs to be a sign indicating that 35 MPH starts at Freedom Point way.

    2: There is a school bus stop at Porter Rockwell and Regent Garden Ln.
    Because cars are traveling northbound at 45 MPH (or over) they blow past the school bus with flashing red lights. The drivers sound their horns almost daily because of this but it continues. Additionally the children then need to cross Porter Rockwell to walk into the subdivision off of Regent Gardens Ln. There is no cross walk and no lights or signage. Please put in a crosswalk and some signs before a child is killed.

  • Pothole Archived
    2363 Foothill Dr Salt Lake City, UT 84109, USA - Sugar House
    About 2ft x 2ft and 1/2 ft deep
  • 13400 South And Mountain View Riverton Utah - Riverton
    There is always a back up on 13400 south going either west or east and no back up on Mountain View. There are times no cars are even on Mountain View but the light is green while traffic is backing up on 13400 south.
  • Fencing Acknowledged
    3580 S Orion Cir West Valley City, UT, 84119, USA - West Valley City
    Being a resident and apart of management of Valley Park Apartments, we have had ONGOING issues with 215 interstate; with trash, fires, debris, cars pulling off to the shoulder jumping our fences and stealing tires and now trucks/cars running off the road when weather is bad. Two years ago the state installed about a 5 foot wall that ended BEFORE the property started. We need a sound barrier, that is the only thing that will keep our property safe. The picture posted with this is from today, (02/06/2019) A family was playing in the snow in the back of our property where our soccer field is and was luckily a safe distance away from this truck running off the freeway into our fence.This is not including the numerous times of fires destroying our property and debris (which is still there) landing on our property and thieves jumping our fences to steal our residents personal property. This is more of an issue of damages from the freeway and the lack of safety concern from the state. This area on our property is recreational use for our residents and they do not feel safe.
  • Pothole Archived
    Lincoln Highway Salt Lake City, Utah - Poplar Grove
    potholes in middle and merging lanes off I-215 to I-80 wb
  • Signage Archived
    I-215 N. Onramp From 6200 S. Holladay, Utah - Holladay

    I live in Holladay and frequently enter the onramp from Big Cottonwood Rd (6200 S in Holladay) to NB I-215. The signage indicates that the traffic from Wasatch Blvd entering the same onramp should yield to the onramp from 6200 S in Holladay. People entering from Wasatch Blvd are often going very fast (especially during ski season) and frequently don't yield to the other vehicles entering onramp in spite of yield signs. I have seen >30 near-accidents in the past few years (including me and my wife). I believe two flashing yield sign would be appropriate to let the Wasatch lane see that they are to yield to the lower onramp with a blind spot.

    I received the following reply from UDOT, but no action has been taken:

    "In Numetric (crash history program) this northbound onramp to I-215 from Wasatch Blvd and Big Cottonwood Road shows a crash history of multiple front to rear and sideswipe crashes. I have put in Work Order #2017-18 instructing the Sign Crew to replace the existing outside shoulder "Yield" sign with a flashing "Yield" sign and to also add a "Yield Ahead" sign on each side of the road roughly 300 feet prior to the flashing "Yield" and existing regular "Yield signs. These new signs should cause the traffic that is required to yield to actually yield."

    Please make the corrective actions as soon as possible

  • Rough Road Acknowledged
    1000 Warm Springs Road Salt Lake City, Utah - Rose Park
    Sinking Roadway southbound I-15 coming off of the beck street overpass Right and center lanes. This drop off is intense and has damaged my bike racks. What is going on here?
  • Pothole Open
    10567 Jordan Gateway South Jordan, Utah - South Jordan
    On Jordan Gateway, just North of S Jordan Pkwy pothole issue especially when turning right onto Jordan Gateway from S jJordan Pkwy, 10600 South
  • Pothole Archived
    Lincoln Hwy Salt Lake City, UT 84104, USA - Poplar Grove
    eastbound i-80 center lane canal bridge deck
  • Other Archived
    Mt View Corridor And Rosecrest Road Herriman, Utah - Bluffdale
    Horrible blind intersection on a high speed road with residential cross traffic. Multiple fatalities. Better signage needed. More patrolling needed. Signage is needed to alert drivers on Mountain View northbound to prepare to stop as they approach the Rosecrest Road intersection. A turnout/merging lane out of the residential neighborhood onto Mountain View Corridor would be helpful. Flashing speed signs would be helpful. Longer green lights for east/west traffic would be helpful. a "no right turn on red" onto Mountain View northbound from Rosecrest Road would be helpful.
  • Striping Archived
    499 W Winchester St Murray 84123, United States - Murray
    This entire interchange needs to be restriped immediately! Where the traffic merges together, there are no lines and I witness or am involved in near collisions here every single day! It is ridiculous that nothing has been done about this over the last few months! I understand it is difficult with the snow, but there is no excuse for such poor standards during construction!
  • Traffic Signals Acknowledged
    8812 S. Blue Jay Lane Salt Lake City, UT - Cottonwood Heights
    I live in the Top of the World area which is greatly affected by the new traffic pattern at the bottom of Little Cottonwood Canyon. Now that the northbound traffic from LCC doesn't have to stop, it is nearly impossible for us to egress in or out of our street, Golden Hills Avenue. When I am travelling South and go into the left turn lane to turn into MY NEIGHBORHOOD (I think you've forgotten that this is not a SKI HIGHWAY, we LIVE HERE) I am either nearly rear ended from behind or hit head on from the front. There is a 50 MPH sign for people coming down the canyon INTO OUR NEIGHBORHOOD, but they are doing at least 60, sometimes 70. The lines are painted well enough to encourage traffic to veer right and usually the Northbound traffic is coming straight at me. Trying to egress out of our street to turn South is nearly impossible. To turn North is a little easier...thank goodness everyone from Draper and the ski areas can get through, though. I feel like there was NO CONSIDERATION given to the fact that Wasatch goes through our residential area. We live here. We are not just passing through. You made the intersection work for everyone but the residents. Something has to change.