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I-15 CORE Alert: Work to begin on S-curve between University Parkway, Provo Center Street

The I-15 CORE Utah County project will begin in late April or early May with the reconstruction of the S-curve between University Parkway and Provo Center Street, a development that will reduce traffic by one lane and is expected to last five months.

This phase of the project will affect southbound I-15 traffic from University Parkway to Provo Center Street in particular. UDOT engineers expect 40- to 60-minute delays during the peak afternoon commute hours after 3 p.m. BYU employees and students are encouraged to adjust their driving routines accordingly.

To stay updated on project construction and roadway closures and to access real-time images of traffic on I-15, sign up for e-mail, text message, Twitter or Facebook alerts at http://www.i15core.utah.gov/. UDOT information officers indicated that an I-15 CORE iPhone app is also in the works.

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