Road Construction

Keep up to date on the latest road construction projects in Saratoga Springs. Below you will find information and links to UDOT and city road construction projects. All construction timelines are subject to change.  For real time updates on these projects follow us on Facebook @cityofsaratogasprings

Current City Road Construction Projects

Shoulder Work

Shoulder work will be taking place on the following roads on the dates listed. 

  • Market Street - 4/23 - 5/23
  • Crossroads Blvd - 4/29 - 5/29
  • McGregor - 4/1 - 6/1

Northshore Drive

The round about at Northshore and Bearing Drive will be closed May 14. 

North Shore Construction Map

Riverside Drive and Pony Express Extension Project

Riverside Drive and the eastern section of the  Pony Express extension from Riverside Drive to Saratoga Rd will be opened May 28. As part of that project the roundabout at Riverside Dr and Pony Express Parkway will be a 2 lane roundabout. The attached pictures show how to use a 2 lane roundabout and other helpful hints when using a roundabout.  . 

Riverside Dr Closure

How to Use a Two Lane Round About

  • Location & Background – An Extension of Pony Express Parkway from Redwood Road to Saratoga Road. A MAG funded project. PEPG is Engineer.
  • Need & Purpose - Pony Express Parkway is a future Major Arterial (5 lanes), however at this time the project will consist of a 3 lane section with the ability to expand to the 5 lane section in the future. The project is made up of 2 segments, Segment 1 extends from Redwood Road to the existing roundabout at Riverside Dr and Segment 2 extends from Riverside Dr to the Jordan River Bridge.
  • Impacts –Tie-in at Redwood Road and Saratoga Rd will occur in 2022. Minor traffic impacts at Redwood, significant impacts at Saratoga Road as traffic pattern is permanently changed. Saratoga Rd will Tee into new Pony Express Extension. In addition there will be significant impacts to Riverside Dr as the round about is reconstructed and paving is done.

Foothill Blvd. Extension Project

City Council has awarded the bid to build the Foothill Blvd expansion from Pony Express Parkway to Lariat Blvd. The project will begin this year with an estimated completion fall 2023. This expansion will include improvements to the intersection of Pony Express Parkway and Foothill Blvd. The improvements will include:
  • Dual right turn lanes from Foothill Blvd heading west on Pony Express Parkway
  • Dual left Turn Lanes from Pony Express Parkway heading north on Foothill Blvd
  • Dual northbound lanes on Foothill Blvd to Marie Way

Map of Foothill Blvd. Extension project

  • Project Cost – Estimated Project Cost is $14M - $17M.
  • Funding Sources and Amounts – The City received funding from the Mountainland Association of Governments (MAG) in the amount of $8.5 M and anticipates we will be submitting a request in the near future to increase MAG funding to $10M. This funding will become available in FY 2024. Securing funding for the remainder of the project will be the responsibility of the City. The City may pursue additional grants and funding sources for this project as they become available.
  • Project Scope - This project will extend the existing Foothill Boulevard (800 West) from its current southern terminus at Pony Express Parkway approximately 3.2 miles south to Lariat Boulevard. This first phase will be designed as a 3-lane minor arterial with one travel lane in each direction and a continuous center lane. It is anticipated that between Pony Express Parkway and Grandview Boulevard this roadway will become part of northbound frontage road of the future Mountain View Corridor when it expands to this location.  South of Grandview Boulevard the roadway will be remain a local road.
  • Brief Description - This project is an important component of the future regional transportation system since it will be constructing what will become the northbound frontage road for the future Mountain View Corridor. When completed it will provide a connection to the existing Mountain View Corridor via 800 West. This will provide congestion relief to Redwood Road by providing an alternate north-south route along the west side of south Saratoga Springs where approximately 11,000 residents currently have only a single road to access their homes.
  • Current Actions – The City has solicited Statements of Qualifications from engineering firms in order to select a consultant to provide planning and design services for this project. Once selected, design on the project will begin immediately.
  • Next Steps - The City will simultaneously be working on right-of-way acquisition and on an advanced funding agreement with MAG to facilitate a fast tracked timeline of construction.
  • Timeline – It is anticipated that design and right-of-way acquisition on the project will take 12-24 months. Once that is completed and the City secures the remaining funding, the project can be put out to bid.


$350M has been programmed by UDOT at their STIP workshop last week to build MVC from 2100 north to Porter Rockwell starting in 2023 with a 2 year construction period and they are also funding the Environmental Impact Study or EIS on Foothill Boulevard a.k.a. Mountain View South