UT 6:


Segment Type of Highway
Nevada State Line to Santaquin 2-lane Road
Santaquin to Spanish Fork Freeway multiplexed with I-15
Spanish fiork to Helper 2-lane Road
Helper Bypass 2-lane Expressway and 4-lane Expressway
Helper to Price 4-lane Arterial
Price Bypass 4-lane Expressway
Price to Green River 2-lane Road
Green River to the Colorado State Line Freeway multiplexed with I-70


Detailed Description: (See Marc Reitzellís website)


Junction Log:

Mile Post Junction Type of Access

BEGIN EXPRESSWAY - Transition from 2-lane road to 2-lane Expressway on 4-lane Right of Way

0 US 191 At-grade
1.6 North Martin Road At-grade
1.7 W 1000 N At-grade
2.4 North Main Street At-grade
2.4 US 6 transitions from a 2-lane Expressway (on a 4-lane right of way) to a 4-lane Divided Expressway
2.5 Private Road At-grade
2.7 Business US 6 / US 191 Traffic signal
3.5 Poplar St / Hill St At-grade
3.7 Bottino Ln / Oberto Ln At-grade
3.7-5.8 US 6 is a 4-lane arterial with nine driveways on this segment.
5.8 Elberts Rd At-grade
5.9 U-139 to U-157 At-grade
6.3 UT 244 At-grade
6.7 Carbonville Rd At-grade
8.7 N 1500 W / N 1550 W At-grade
10.3 US 6 transitions from a 4-lane Divided Expressway to a 2-lane Expressway.
10.4 Westwood Blvd / Business US 6 Diamond Interchange
11.2 UT 10 Diamond Interchange
12.5 Business US 6 Trumpet Interchange

END EXPRESSWAY - US 6 becomes a 2-lane Road


Current and Future Improvements, according to UDOT:

The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) finished a safety study on US 6 in September 2002 that has allowed the department to proceed with several safety  improvement projects along US - 6 from Green River to Spanish Fork. Safety improvement projects will begin in Summer 2004.

The US 6 Safety Study warranted an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) to be completed. The EIS, in accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), will address the long-range needs of the US 6 corridor and was completed in February 2005. It recommended that US 6 ultimately be upgraded to a 4-lane arterial highway from Spanish Fork to Green River (I-15 to I-70).



Utah Highways page by Daniel Strober, James W. Anderson



Last Updated: 1/9/06

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