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April 8, 2020: Project Update

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Other construction efforts this next week will include:

  • Road tie-in prep work near Homestead at both roundabouts for new pavement and concrete curb and gutter.
  • Grade dressing in preparation for landscaping and irrigation system.
  • Delineator clean-up and temporary striping at various locations.
  • Complete retaining walls at the EB on-ramp pedestrian tunnel.
  • Preparation for granular borrow installation at the EB on-ramp construction.
  • Concrete barrier realignment at the WB on-ramp.
  • Trail work between WB off-ramp and existing sidewalk.

Preparation for new sidewalk (concrete pour anticipated Monday, Apr. 13) on Rasmussen Rd to The Jeremy Store.

With dual lane striping taking place this week, we encourage you to revisit these videos for a quick refresher on how to safely navigate a 2-lane roundabout.

These videos were originally developed by the Region of Durham and depict a generic two-lane roundabout similar to the final Jeremy Ranch Roundabouts configuration.

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Thank you for doing your part to Stay Safe, Stay Home in observance of the Governor’s directive to reduce the spread of COVID-19. This is an unprecedented time here in Summit County. As the current situation continues to unfold, we want you to know that we are working diligently to push this project forward. We are following the County’s Stay At Home Order and looking to the Governor who has mandated bold and aggressive steps to slow the spread of the disease, while also reducing risk for our contractors, partners and their families, as well as the general public. The safety of everyone involved in this project is a number one priority. 

Summit County’s Order declares construction work to be an essential service and our commitment to you is to continue moving this project forward in the safest manner possible. At this time, our contractor and all sub-contractors visiting the site are keeping their distance from one another, even standing six feet apart in all safety meetings. Crews are being broken down into smaller groups and splitting shifts. Additionally, they are cleaning work equipment on a regular basis. If you should have any questions regarding our commitment to completing this project in the safest manner possible, please contact us by using one of the methods listed at the bottom of this email.

March 4, 2020: Project Update

Construction activities during March include:

  • Crews will complete the Pinebrook roundabout lighting this week.
  • Crews will begin relocation of a 4 inch gas line on Kilby Rd.
  • Drainage work on Kilby Rd continues.
  • Slope dressing and project clean-up activities continue.
  • Crews will continue to monitor and address traffic control and pothole issues.

**Some activities may be limited during inclement weather.**
 

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03402020a Drainage work near Kilby Tunnel 

The Summit County Public Art Advisory Board met March 3, 2020 to review the 69 submissions for the Jeremy Ranch Roundabout project. It was a difficult decision as all of the applicants were of excellent quality -- the board was thrilled with the volume of high caliber artists who submitted to the project. The Board successfully selected the 3 top finalists who will enter into a design/development contract with the County. The finalists will participate in an initial orientation and question/answer session where the selected finalists will get more familiar with the project goals and hear from and ask questions of the community planned for mid-March, and the three selected finalists will submit their rendering of the proposal by April 1. 

Finalist proposals will be reviewed at the next Summit County Public Art Advisory Board meeting on Tuesday, April 7 from 4 p.m. - 7 p.m. at the Summit County Richins Building.

ICYMI: the temporary pedestrian path is now open!

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Crews are plowing and maintaining the temporary path as needed. Click here to view how the completed pedestrian detour will operate when the project is finished. 

Drivers should:

  • Follow all detour signage
  • Expect travel delays
  • Use caution

*Construction schedules are weather dependent and subject to change.  

Feb. 19, 2020: Project Update

February construction efforts are continuing at both roundabouts: 

  • Crews completed the electrical conduit boring and are wrapping up efforts to complete the Pinebrook roundabout lighting.
  • After working with UDOT to identify the EB I-80 off-ramp lighting issues, the contractor is now moving forward with the repair plan.
  • Directional signs have been placed at several locations, with more to come as work clears in those areas.
  • Crews are continuing drainage work at the Jeremy Ranch Park-n-Ride Lot.
  • Rock wall installation continues at Kilby Rd (near Cedar Drive).
  • Drainage work continues at the tunnel under the EB I-80 on-ramp.
  • Crews will continue to monitor and address traffic control and pothole issues.

    **Some activities may be limited during inclement weather.**

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Directional signs at several locations 

ICYMI: the temporary pedestrian path is now open!

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Crews are plowing and maintaining the temporary path as needed. Click here to view how the completed pedestrian detour will operate when the project is finished. 

Drivers should:

  • Follow all detour signage
  • Expect travel delays
  • Use caution

*Construction schedules are weather dependent and subject to change.  

Drivers should use caution, follow signage and obey traffic rules.

Feb. 6, 2020: Project Update

February construction efforts are continuing at both roundabouts: 

  • Crews are continuing lighting installation and drainage work at the Jeremy Ranch Park-n-Ride Lot.
  • Rock wall installation continues at Kilby Rd (near Cedar Drive). 
  • Crews are boring conduit to connect additional Pinebrook roundabout lighting. 
  • Crews are working on drainage at the tunnel under EB I-80 on-ramp. 
  • Permanent sign placement continues at several locations. 
  • Crews will continue to monitor and address traffic control and pothole issues.

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With inclement weather forecasted for the next several weeks, some activities may be limited. 

ICYMI: the temporary pedestrian path is now open!

temp pedestrian path

Crews are plowing and maintaining the temporary path as needed. Click here to view how the completed pedestrian detour will operate when the project is finished. 

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Request for Artist Qualifications -- Jeremy Ranch Roundabouts 

The Summit County Public Art Board (SCPAAB) is pleased to provide an opportunity for artists and artist-led teams to submit qualifications to integrate highly creative three-dimensional artworks to be placed in the two, newly constructed roundabouts located at the I-80 Jeremy Ranch/Pinebrook exits in Park City, UT. 

The roundabouts will be an important focal point signifying a major gateway to Summit County that will serve residents and millions of annual visitors. SCPAAB seeks an artist or artist-led team to create an artwork that celebrates a strong sense of place, embodies the values of the local landscape, culture, history, and/or wildlife, serves as a welcoming entrance into Summit County and engages the Summit County community during artwork project planning and installation. 

This RFQ is open to all professional artists and/or artist-led teams with public art experience, residing in the United States. Applications are due Feb. 10, 2020. More  More information on the project, and how to apply, is available here.

Thank you to both Summit County and UDOT snowfighters for keeping our roundabouts clear from snow!

Drivers should:

  • Follow all detour signage
  • Expect travel delays
  • Use caution

*Construction schedules are weather dependent and subject to change.  

Drivers should use caution, follow signage and obey traffic rules.

Jan. 23, 2020: Project Update

January construction efforts are continuing at both roundabouts: 

  • Crews are continuing lighting installation and drainage work at the Jeremy Ranch Park-n-Ride Lot. 
  • Installation efforts of the WB I-80 on-ramp wild life guard will occur over the next two weeks. The on-ramp will be constricted to an 11’ lane. 
  • Crews continue concrete work and retaining walls on the tunnel under EB 1-80 on-ramp. 
  • Rock wall installation will occur at Kilby Rd (near Cedar Drive) over the next several weeks. 
  • Sign bases are poured and ready for the large roundabout directional signs (containing street names). Placement is anticipated by the end of January. 
  • Pinebrook roundabout lighting anticipated by end of week.

Progress email updates will be sent biweekly until the spring. 

ICYMI: the temporary pedestrian path is now open!

temp pedestrian path

Crews are plowing and maintaining the temporary path as needed. Click here to view how the completed pedestrian detour will operate when the project is finished.

Thank you to both Summit County and UDOT snowfighters for keeping our roundabouts clear from snow!

Request for Artist Qualifications -- Jeremy Ranch Roundabouts 

The Summit County Public Art Board (SCPAAB) is pleased to provide an opportunity for artists and artist-led teams to submit qualifications to integrate highly creative three-dimensional artworks to be placed in the two, newly constructed roundabouts located at the I-80 Jeremy Ranch/Pinebrook exits in Park City, UT.

The roundabouts will be an important focal point signifying a major gateway to Summit County that will serve residents and millions of annual visitors. SCPAAB seeks an artist or artist-led team to create an artwork that celebrates a strong sense of place, embodies the values of the local landscape, culture, history, and/or wildlife, serves as a welcoming entrance into Summit County and engages the Summit County community during artwork project planning and installation.

 This RFQ is open to all professional artists and/or artist-led teams with public art experience, residing in the United States. Applications are being accepted at summitcounty.org. More information on the project, and how to apply, is available here. Applications are due Feb. 10, 2020.

Drivers should use caution, follow signage and obey traffic rules.

Temporary Pedestrian Detour Route Available Jan. 17

A temporary pedestrian detour route is scheduled to open as early as Friday, Jan. 17. The temporary detour route is unpaved (dirt or existing pavement in certain areas) and approximately 6-8 ft wide. Signage will be placed along the path to guide users. The temporary path will be maintained through Spring 2020.

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Click here to view how the completed pedestrian detour will operate when the project is finished.

Request for Artist Qualifications -- Jeremy Ranch Roundabouts 

The Summit County Public Art Board (SCPAAB) is pleased to provide an opportunity for artists and artist-led teams to submit qualifications to integrate highly creative three-dimensional artworks to be placed in the two, newly constructed roundabouts located at the I-80 Jeremy Ranch/Pinebrook exits in Park City, UT.

The roundabouts will be an important focal point signifying a major gateway to Summit County that will serve residents and millions of annual visitors. SCPAAB seeks an artist or artist-led team to create an artwork that celebrates a strong sense of place, embodies the values of the local landscape, culture, history, and/or wildlife, serves as a welcoming entrance into Summit County and engages the Summit County community during artwork project planning and installation.

 This RFQ is open to all professional artists and/or artist-led teams with public art experience, residing in the United States. Applications are being accepted at summitcounty.org. More information on the project, and how to apply, is available here. Applications are due Feb. 10, 2020.

Jan. 8, 2020: Project Update

Happy New Year! Construction starts up again at the Jeremy Ranch/I-80 Interchange after the Holiday break. Here’s a look at everything we’re working on this month: 

  • Lighting installation efforts are continuing on the Pinebrook roundabout. 
  • Crews continue concrete work and retaining walls on the tunnel under the EB I-80 on-ramp. 
  • Crews are coordinating efforts with UDOT on the conduit connection repair for the EB I-80 off-ramp lighting. 
  • Drainage work will occur on the WB I-80 on-ramp and near the new Park-n-Ride location. 
  • Crews continue permanent sign installation and will install large roundabout directional signs containing street names this month. Permanent one-way directional signs and yield signs are placed.
  • Weather permitting, crews will pothole patch near the small roundabout at Jeremy Ranch Rd. 
  • Crews will continue to monitor traffic control daily and maintain delineators (barrels and candlesticks) that may get disrupted.

Progress email updates will be sent biweekly until the spring.

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eb onramp pedestrian tunnel

To download a printable map of the current configuration click here

Drivers should use caution, follow signage and obey traffic rules.

Dec. 18, 2019: Project Update

Crews are continuing work on: 

  • Guardrail installation will continue on Rasmussen Rd and Kilby Rd after the holiday break. 
  • Lighting installations at the roundabouts is continuing. Several will be illuminated ahead of the holiday break. 
  • Crews continue concrete work on the tunnel under the EB I-80 on-ramp and it will cure during the holiday break. 
  • Permanent sign installation continues. Permanent one-way directional signs and yield signs are placed. Crews will keep additional temporary yield signs up during the break. In January they will begin to install large roundabout directional signs containing street names. 
  • The EB off-ramp wildlife guard is installed and curing. The ramp will fully open ahead of the holiday break. 
  • Crews are continuing efforts to repair the lighting circuit for the EB I-80 off-ramp.

To download a printable map of the current configuration click here

Construction work will suspend during the holidays, end of day Friday Dec. 20 to Monday, Jan. 6. Crews will monitor traffic control daily and maintain delineators (barrels and candlesticks) that may get disrupted.

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Other Items of Note: 

  • We have worked directly with Apple and Google representatives to update mapping features through both platforms. Look for the update on your mobile device next time you drive through the interchange.
  • The traditional Christmas tree drop off, located south of the Toll Creek businesses on Rasmussen Road, will be in be in place by Christmas Day. 
  • Our project email updates will resume the week of January 6.

Happy Holidays!

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Drivers should use caution, follow signage and obey traffic rules. 

Dec. 11, 2019: Project Update

Crews are continuing project work efforts on both roundabouts: 

  • Electrical wire is being installed to the new roundabout light poles.
  • New white lane designation striping will be placed at both roundabouts early next week. Drivers should expect traffic control efforts while the epoxy paint dries.
  • Permanent signs are being installed this week. In addition, Summit County has placed VMS signs at off-ramp locations.
  • Drainage work efforts continue near WB I-80 on-ramp.
  • Work efforts continue on both Jeremy Store entrances.
  • The first half of the EB I-80 off-ramp wildlife guard went in last week. Crews will finish the other half and begin installation on the WB I-80 off-ramp wildlife guard. Drivers can expect a slight bump over the wildlife guards until final paving next spring.
  • Crews continue work on the EB I-80 on-ramp pedestrian underpass for the Millenium Trail connection. Crews anticipate opening a temporary north/south pedestrian/cyclist path in early January.
  • Project clean up efforts continue.


Also last week crews poured a stamped concrete “landscape feature” on the southside of the Jeremy Store. This is a special exit point for fuel and other delivery trucks only and is not intended for the general public to utilize. Posts and chains will be installed at a later date.

Drivers should:

  • Follow all detour signage
  • Expect travel delays
  • Use caution

*Construction schedules are weather dependent and subject to change.  

To download a printable map of the current configuration click here.

Dec. 4 , 2019: Project Update

With better weather forecasted over the next week, crews are continuing project work efforts: 

  • Roundabout light poles placement continues.
  • Permanent directional signage foundations will be poured this week and signs are anticipated to be placed within the next two weeks. (Crews will continue to maintain and monitor temporary signs).
  • Crews will smooth out ramp bumps with additional grinding and pavement.
  • Drainage and detention pond work efforts continue.
  • Curb, gutter and sidewalk installation will occur this week at the Jeremy Store west entrance.
  • Wildlife guard installations continue.
  • Crews are excavating the Millennium Trail to create a temporary north/south pedestrian path connection.

To download a printable map of the current configuration click here. 

Drivers should:

  • Follow all detour signage
  • Expect travel delays
  • Use caution

*Construction schedules are weather dependent and subject to change.  

Drivers should use caution, follow signage and obey traffic rules. Check out these educational videos for a quick refresher on how to safely navigate roundabouts.

These videos were originally developed by the Region of Durham and depict a generic two-lane roundabout similar to the final Jeremy Ranch Roundabouts configuration.

Nov. 27, 2019: The Project Team Wishes You A Happy And Safe Thanksgiving!

ICYMI: Both roundabouts are paved, striped and fully functional. To download a printable map of the current configuration click here. 

Drivers should use caution, follow signage and obey traffic rules. Check out these educational videos for a quick refresher on how to safely navigate roundabouts.

Nov. 24, 2019: Jeremy Ranch Roundabout Now Open

Crews completed paving the Homestead Blvd. tie-in to the Jeremy Ranch roundabout over the weekend, and the roundabout opened to traffic this afternoon. At this point, both roundabouts are paved, striped and fully functional. See map below for the updated configuration.
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Drivers should use caution, follow signage and obey traffic rules. Check out these educational videos for a quick refresher on how to safely navigate roundabouts.

These videos were originally developed by the Region of Durham and depict a generic two-lane roundabout similar to the final Jeremy Ranch Roundabouts configuration.

Over the next few weeks, crews will continue working on the following items:

  • Lighting
  • Storm sewers
  • Permanent signage
  • Temporary delineation

Construction barrels will be removed as certain activities are suspended for the winter. Final paving and striping will take place in the spring.

 

*Construction schedules are weather dependent and subject to change.

Nov. 21, 2019: New Westbound I-80 Off-ramp is Now Open

Today crews opened the new I-80 westbound off ramp at the Jeremy Ranch exit. At the bottom of the ramp, drivers should exit into the roundabout and then make a right-hand turn to connect with eastbound Rasmussen Road or continue left to go around the roundabout and connect to Jeremy Road, westbound I-80 or southbound Homestead Road.

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Drivers should:

  • Follow all detour signage
  • Expect travel delays
  • Use caution

Construction crews are planning to pave on Saturday and stripe on Sunday. Crews will switch traffic to full roundabout operations as early as Monday morning.

*Construction schedules are weather dependent and subject to change. 

Nov. 20, 2019: Project Update

Crews will pave the Homestead/Rasmussen tie-in, finish paving the WB I-80 off-ramp and stripe the roundabout. Crews will switch traffic to full roundabout operations as early as Monday morning. Work will suspend for the Thanksgiving weekend, but crews will still monitor and maintain traffic control. Crews will implement a temporary pedestrian plan in the coming weeks. 

Northside (Jeremy) Project Update: 

  • Prep for Jeremy Store concrete
  • Continue drainage and detention pond work

Southside (Pinebrook) Project Update: 

  • Perform drainage work at new EB I-80 on-ramp
  • Continue EB I-80 on-ramp box culvert concrete work
  • Excavation continues on Millennium Trail

To download a printable map of the full detour click here. 

Two-week look ahead: 

  • Existing ramp lighting end of November
  • Lighting in the roundabouts as early as mid-December
  • Sign foundations are set and permanent signs will be placed by first week of December

Drivers should:

  • Follow all detour signage
  • Expect travel delays
  • Use caution

*Construction schedules are weather dependent and subject to change. 

Nov. 15, 2019: Partial Closure of Homestead Rd Starting Monday, Nov. 18 - Sunday, Nov. 24.

In order to maximize the construction schedule prior to winter weather, crews will close a portion of Homestead Road at the north side of the Jeremy Ranch roundabout for up to six days, beginning at 8:30 a.m. Monday, Nov. 18. During the closure, they will be able to pave the Homestead Road tie-in to the roundabout and complete sewer bypass work quicker and more efficiently without the need to maintain traffic at the same time. The road will reopen by early Sunday morning, Nov. 24.

The project team has coordinated closely with nearby organizations including the Jeremy Ranch HOA, Jeremy Store and Park City School District to implement and communicate this closure and appreciate their support in this approach to better serve drivers and residents this winter.

Drivers can avoid the closure by heading west on Homestead Road at the Sackett Drive intersection and then connecting to Jeremy Road to drive east back to the roundabout.

Phase 3 Map Jeremy Side V3-01

Please use caution and follow detour signs.

Nov. 14, 2019: Project Update

As of this week, the new Rasmussen Rd entrance to the Jeremy Store and Toll Creek businesses is open, Pinebrook Blvd access is now available through the roundabout and crews finished seeding the project for this year (approximately 5 acres of ground). The remaining project will be landscaped and seeded next summer/fall. Crews are currently repairing existing conduits to ramp lighting and anticipate ramp lights functioning as early as this weekend. 

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Northside (Jeremy) Project Update:

  • Paving and striping occurs this Friday and Saturday on the new WB I-80 off-ramp
  • Crews will finish installing the concrete truck apron at the roundabout this week
  • Sewer bypass and utility work continues
  • Crews are installing foundations for permanent signage

Southside (Pinebrook) Project Update:

  • Paving and striping occurs this Friday and Saturday on the EB I-80 off-ramp and Kilby Rd (west of the roundabout)
  • Crews continue cleanup activities with detour signage and construction barrel removals
  • Crews are installing foundations for permanent signage
  • Crews are preparing Kilby Rd for Nov. 21 paving date

To download a printable map of the full detour click here. 

Two-week look ahead:

  • Weekend paving operations scheduled for Nov. 21 and 22
    • Homestead Rd (east side of Pinebrook roundabout)
    • Homestead Rd (northside of Jeremy Ranch roundabout)
  • New WB I-80 off-ramp will open into Jeremy Ranch roundabout
  • Cattle guard installations at EB I-80 off ramp
  • Millennium Trail excavation begins for the pedestrian box culvert

Drivers should:

  • Follow all detour signage
  • Expect travel delays
  • Use caution

*Construction schedules are weather dependent and subject to change.  

Nov. 7, 2019: Pinebrook Blvd Opens as Early as Sunday, Nov. 10.

Northside (Jeremy) Project Update: 

  • Paving occurs Saturday on Rasmussen Rd and at the Jeremy Store entrance
  • Crews continue concrete truck apron installation at the roundabout
  • Excavation and asphalt removal at WB on-ramp
  • Sewer line on Rasmussen Rd work continues
  • Construction of the WB off-ramp pedestrian tunnel retaining walls continues

Southside (Pinebrook) Project Update:

  • Paving occurs Friday and Saturday to tie in Pinebrook Blvd to the roundabout
    • Flagging operations will occur on Kilby Rd west of roundabout as crews prep for paving
  • Crews continue top soil installations
  • Asphalt removals at EB off and on-ramps continue

To download a printable map of the full detour click here. 

Schedule Look ahead:

  • Weekend paving operations on Nov. 15-16
    • WB off-ramp and Homestead Rd (north side of Jeremy Ranch roundabout)
  • Crews will seed the entire project (approximately 5 acres)
  • Guardrail installations at Rasmussen Rd

Drivers should:

  • Follow new detour signage
  • Expect travel delays as drivers acclimate to the new configuration
  • Use caution

*Construction schedules are weather dependent and subject to change.  

Nov. 4, 2019: Pinebrook Roundabout transitions to traditional one-way traffic flow! 

Over the weekend (Nov. 2-3), crews implemented improvements to the Pinebrook roundabout. Traffic is now routed in the traditional one-way roundabout configuration. There are some added yield signs to allow traffic from side streets and ramps to safely merge into this one-lane, one-way flow.  

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To download a printable map of the full detour click here

Schedule Look ahead:

  • Crews are preparing both roundabouts for upcoming paving Friday, Nov. 6 and Saturday, Nov. 7, weather dependent.

Drivers should:

  • Follow new detour signage
  • Expect travel delays as drivers acclimate to the new configuration
  • Use caution

Oct. 25, 2019: New Traffic Configuration at the Roundabouts as Early as Sunday, October 27 

New Jeremy Ranch Roundabout Traffic Configuration
The westbound on-ramp location will change and two-way travel in the roundabout will continue. Traffic will flow in both directions while crews complete their work before winter sets in. 

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New Pinebrook Roundabout Traffic Configuration
The eastbound off-ramp will now connect into the roundabout. Kilby Road will be open for east/west travel. There will be a new temporary access road to the eastbound I-80 on-ramp. Traffic will flow in both directions while crews complete their work before winter sets in. 

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Full detour map can be downloaded here.

Drivers should:

  • follow detour signage - do not use private roads to cut through
  • expect travel delays as drivers acclimate to the new configuration
  • use caution and watch for pedestrians / cyclists in the detour area

 Construction schedules are weather dependent and subject to change. 

Oct. 3, 2019: New Traffic Pattern on the North Side (Jeremy) 

Starting as early as October 5, there will be a new traffic pattern at the Jeremy Ranch interchange of I-80 on the north side (Jeremy) as crews shift traffic partially to the new roundabout.

When exiting westbound I-80, drivers will now be directed clockwise around the roundabout. The temporary road previously connecting the Jeremy side to the interchange will be closed and drivers can either make a left onto the new part of Jeremy Ranch Road to access the northern and western part of Jeremy Ranch, or continue around the circle to access either Homestead Road north of the roundabout, or Rasmussen Road eastbound towards the Jeremy Ranch Elementary School.

The Jeremy Store and businesses north of the interchange can be accessed on Homestead Road, north of the roundabout. See updated map, below.

Full detour map can be downloaded here.

Phase 3 map 10 05 2019

Drivers should:

  • follow detour signage - do not use private roads to cut through
  • expect travel delays as drivers acclimate to the new configuration
  • use caution and watch for pedestrians / cyclists in the detour area

 Construction schedules are weather dependent and subject to change. 

June 25, 2019: North Side Detour 

As of Wednesday, July 31, there is a new traffic pattern and pedestrian/cyclist detour at the I-80 Jeremy Ranch interchange on the north side (Jeremy). This new detour is in addition to the south side (Pinebrook) detour that opened last month. 

Full detour map can be downloaded here

JR Phase 2B Detour

Drivers from the Jeremy Ranch side looking to access eastbound I-80, or the south side of the interchange (Fresh Market, Pinebrook, Quarry Village), need to use the new access road from Rasmussen Road and turn left onto the westbound I-80 on ramp before making a right onto Homestead Road. 

Drivers from the Pinebrook side looking to access westbound I-80 or the north side of the interchange (Jeremy Golf Course, The Jeremy Store), need to use the detour on the westbound I-80 on-ramp to reach the new access road before connecting to Rasmussen Road. 

This new traffic configuration will be in place through fall 2019. The project team has developed the detour plan in an effort to get the roundabouts operational as soon as possible. Implementing this now will help the team achieve that goal while minimizing flagging operations.

June 25, 2019: Pinebrook Detour

As of Wednesday, June 26, there is a new traffic pattern on the Pinebrook side of the Jeremy Ranch Interchange of I-80 to accommodate construction of the new roundabouts.


A new access road on the eastbound I-80 on ramp provides connection to and from the Pinebrook side of the interchange. Essentially, the on ramp has been turned into a two lane road during this detour phase.  

JRR Phase 2A Traffic Detour

Drivers headed to the south side of the Jeremy Ranch interchange (Fresh Market, Pinebrook, etc.) need to use the new access road on the eastbound I-80 on-ramp to access Quarry Village or Kilby Road.

Drivers from the Pinebrook side looking to access westbound I-80, or the north side of the interchange (The Jeremy Store, Jeremy Ranch Elementary, Jeremy Ranch Golf Course, etc.), need to use the detour to reach the new access road and turn left onto the eastbound I-80 ramp before making a right onto Homestead Road.

June 11, 2019: Jeremy Ranch Park & Ride Closed as of Monday, June 17 - PLAN AHEAD

The Jeremy Ranch Park & Ride is closed, as of Monday, June 17, to accommodate roundabout construction.


PC-SLC Connect Riders

Use Kimball Junction Transit Center as an alternate through Fall 2019.

Park City Transit - Pink 7

Services will now board at Quarry Village through Fall 2019.

Recycling Services

All recycling services will be re-routed to the Ecker Hill Park & Ride through Fall 2019.

Overview

Summit County, in coordination with UDOT, will build two new roundabouts at the I-80/Jeremy Ranch interchange. This project will optimize mobility and enhance safety for residents and commuters. Multiple studies found roundabouts to be the most effective long-term solution to address growth and traffic congestion at this interchange.

Improvements
  • Two roundabouts
  • Bicycle and pedestrian improvements including:                                           - Grade-separated trail                                                                              - Underpasses at the westbound I-80 off-ramp, eastbound I-80 on             ramp and Kilby Road                                                                              - Pedestrian-activated warning lights and pedestrian refuges at the            Pinebrook Boulevard and Homestead Road crosswalks
  • Improved transit connectivity

Project Interview with Derrick Radke, Summit County Public Works Director

(KPCW News Hour - First 10 minutes discuss the Jeremy Ranch Roundabouts Project)

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Jeremy Ranch Roundabouts

Project Funding

  • Project Lead: Summit County
  • Project Partners: UDOT, Federal Highways
  • Federal Aid/UDOT Project Number F-R299(206) Estimated Project
  • Value: $10.6M
  • Federal Aid: $1.1M
  • UDOT Flex Funding: $1.9M
  • Summit County Additional Sales Tax for Transportation: $5.6M
  • Summit County Transportation Impact Fees: $2M jeremyranch_web Opens in new window
    This project will improve the safety, mobility and reduce congestion at the I-80 Jeremy Ranch Interchange, located at Mile Post 141 along I-80, serves vital community and commercial interests in western Summit County. Severe morning and evening congestion impact travel of Summit County residents, visitors, and commuters. There have been multiple studies for this area including a study in June 2007, a follow up study dated June 2009, another in 2015, and several traffic signal warrant studies for the I-80 ramps. The alternatives evaluated in these interchange studies included, two different roundabout options (two large diameter roundabouts, and 4 smaller roundabouts), a Single Point Urban Interchange (SPUI), and two different signal options. At the time of the studies, the estimated cost for the roundabout option(s) were approximately is $10.3M; the SPUI option was $26.6M; and the two signal options were $22.1M and $21.8M respectively.

Based on cost and performance through the design year of 2050, the two large diameter roundabouts were selected as the preferred alternative.