Current Impacts

Dec. 11, 2019: Progress 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.

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.

Hotline: 833-9LETSGO (833-953-8746)