UDOT needs to compensate everyone forced to drive through that stretch of road,
or reduce it to where the "actual work" is taking place. It's
dangerous driving on I-15 in Utah county and it seems that the whole county is
under construction for for few spots one actually sees workers working. Why do
they do this, and make traffic a hazard for miles when the work is only taking
place for the space of a few blocks? Don't get me started on the higher
education of the engineers involved, must have been grads from a Utah school is
all I can say because the mentality matches the funding.
So when is UDOT going to reimburse everyone for their negligence? Or
can my tax dollars only go to paying off other construction companies to the
tune of $13 million dollars?
What is crazy is that we continue to have effectively only one north-south route
along so much of the Wasatch Front. Legacy clearly needs to be extended as far
south and the southern end of Utah County.