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Updated: Saturday, September 20, 2014
WASHINGTON COUNTY, UTAH / ARIZONA / NEVADA 
Due to flooding in Nevada, I-15 has one lane open each direction south of Mesquite, Nevada. 
  
Over-wide loads are prohibited between MP 64 and MP 112 both northbound and southbound.

Other over-dimensional loads are allowed at all times with the proper permits.  Contact Nevada for permitting information at 800-552-2127 or 775-888-7410.  


For more information visit www.az511.gov/adot/files/traffic/ or call 1-888-411-ROAD, 
www.nvroads.com or call 1-877-NV-ROADS, and additional detour information at www.nevadadot.com/Traveler_Info/i15Detour.aspx .  

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Salt Lake County
I-15 Motorists should plan travel accordingly for the following closures

Striping work will close the following ramps Friday, Sep 19, 11 pm  to 8 am Saturday, Sep 20:
9000 So NB on/off ramps
5400 So NB on ramp
3300 So NB on ramp

Striping work will close the following ramps Saturday, Sep 20, 11 pm to 10 am Sunday Sep 21:
600 No SB on ramp
Collector off ramp and 1300 So on/off ramps
4500 So SB on ramp
5300 So SB off ramp
9000 So SB on ramp
10600 So SB off ramp

Davis County
Hill Field Air Base will close the following gates for speed table installation:

South Gate Closure: 22 September to 05 October.  Use the South west, East, West and Roy gates as alternates.

West Gate Closure: 06 October to 19 October:  Use the South, Southwest and Roy gates as alternates.

Roy Gate Traffic Deviation remains open with altered traffic flow: 20 October to 08 November:  Use the South, Southwest and West gates as alternates.

Colorado
Highway 90 is now open to passenger cars and pickups only at Paradox, Colorado.   Use I-70 to US Highway 50 then connect to Colorado State Route 141 to reconnect with Highway 90 as an alternate route.
SALT LAKE COUNTY
Due to multiple crashes at NB I-15 from 9600 S to 7600 S, there is heavy congestion. Expect delays. Use an alternate route.
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