Road Construction Projects
April 2021: Upcoming Lane Closures
Draper Parkway, 800 E. to 970 E.
Traverse Ridge Rd. Closures
There will be two lane closures on April 8 and 9, 2021, one at 14727 Traverse Ridge Rd. (Suncrest 4-way stop) and one at 1701 E Traverse Ridge Rd.
Suncrest 4-way stop: Northbound right lane closure
1701 E Traverse Ridge: Westbound right lane closure
See this map for further details.
Few projects remain for the 2020 road construction season. The city anticipates beginning the next road construction season in April 2021. Please note that the start and end dates are subject to change. If you have questions on these projects, contact Draper City's Engineering office at 801-576-6585 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
View Draper City’s tentative timeline for 2020-2021 road construction projects. Download PDF.
Suncrest Dr. (Alpine Joint Venture adjacent to Highland)
Starting Wednesday, Feb. 24, there will be geologic and geotechnical investigation on the Alpine Joint Venture (AJV) parcel along Suncrest Drive, adjacent to Highland City. There will be some excavators onsite digging trenches and test pits through Friday, Feb. 26. Work could possibly continue into next week too. If you have any questions, contact Brien Maxfield at email@example.com.
Lone Peak Parkway (11400 S. to 12300S.)
Slurry Seal and re-striping of the northern half (from Election Rd to 11400 South) to add a second southbound lane is completed. Widening of the east side of Lone Peak Pkwy north of Election Rd remains on hold pending property acquisition but some utility work will proceed in that area.
Upcoming Projects (April - October 2021)
Suncrest Dr./Eagles Stone Way/Edge Way: HAWK Beacon Installation (FALL 2021)
Draper City is planning to install a new HAWK beacon at the intersection of Suncrest Dr./Eagles Stone Way/Edge Way. The HAWK beacon will help improve the safety of crossing Suncrest Dr. for pedestrians--including school children and trail users. It will begin to be installed in Fall 2021. The city is also considering rerouting part of Eagle Crest Trail to encourage trail users to utilize the HAWK beacon to cross Suncrest Dr. A HAWK beacon is a high-intensity activated crosswalk beacon used to stop road traffic and allow pedestrians to cross safety. It is also known as a pedestrian hybrid beacon. View a map of the planned installation project.
1300 E. and Pioneer Rd. Roundabout
To improve traffic flow, a second lane will be added through the roundabout in the NB and SB directions on 1300 E. New dedicated right turn lanes will be added on the EB and WB approaches of Pioneer Rd.
Highland Dr. and Vestry Road
A new signal will be installed at this intersection to improve safety.
900 E. & Draper Parkway
A new traffic light will be installed and curb, gutter and sidewalk will be completed on 900 E.
Deer Ridge Dr.
Reconstructing the pavement and improving the drainage system on Deer Ridge Dr.
12200 South and 700 East
Curb, gutter and sidewalk will be added and 12200 South will be widened.
450 East and Draper Parkway
The City will widen 450 East to prepare for a new traffic signal that will be installed by UDOT.
Bangerter Parkway and Vestry Road
A new traffic signal will be installed to manage the increase in traffic.
300 East and 12300 South
300 East will be widened to add dual left turn lanes on Draper Parkway.
Draper City does not have control over UDOT (state transportation) projects. A summary of UDOT projects in Draper is provided below with links to UDOT's website for more information.
UDOT I-15 Northbound in Draper, Sandy and Midvale
UDOT is adding a new general purpose lane from Bangerter Highway to 9400 S. and a collector-distributor system from 9400 South to I-215 to increase mobility and reduce congestion. Construction began summer 2019 and expected to be complete by late 2020. In Draper, road construction can be seen at State Street and Minuteman Drive. Visit UDOT to view latest updates.
Capital Improvement Plan
Click on different projects on the map below or scroll through to view a list of projects that are part of Draper City's Capital Improvement Plan.