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Mountain View Corridor

West Valley City and Salt Lake City, UT

Project Details

  • SQ FT
    4 Miles of Highway
    Signal & Utility

Project Overview

Mountain View Corridor (MVC) is a phased planned freeway and trail system that will eventually run from I-80 in Salt Lake City to SR-73 near Lehi, Utah. This phase of the MVC was building a new two-lane highway from 4100 South to an interchange with the UT-201 freeway and stopping at California Avenue.

CVE’s Signal & Utility group teamed with Kiewit and WW Clyde Companies from the beginning to assist in design of the signal and ATMS (Advanced Traffic Management System) systems as well as installation. CVE’s scope began in March 2019 and wrapped up in July 2021. In addition to signals, lighting, and ATMS, CVE installed dry utilities for the project. This consisted of Rocky Mountain Power infrastructure fiber optic pathways for fiber carriers and city betterment lighting for both West Valley City and Salt Lake City.

Scope of Work

  • 14 new and reconstructed traffic signals
  • 19 bridge structures with lighting
  • 35,000 feet of new fiber optic conduits
  • 75,000 feet of new fiber optic cable
  • 4 variable message signs along with all the overhead structures and ground mounted signage