It's a major exit that goes into Provo. It's a huge effect. Vehicles will now
have to enter at other exits that are already at capacity. Thankfully, it'll
only be closed a few months so the pain won't be felt for too long. The construction I've seen over the years have been surprising to me whenever
I travel into Utah from Washington Seattle area. I can see the improvements are
going to be worth all the pain the travelers have endured since the start. When
I say surprising, I mean to say that it's amazing that they've endured this long
with patience. One more year and it's all completed. That's going to be really
something for the planners to be proud of in the years to come. Hats off to
those for making this happen in the face of huge obstacles to overcome. We have
construction coming in the Seattle area and it's going to be challenging to many
when it starts. Your turn will soon be over and ours will just be beginning.
I don't see how one less exit to Provo is a bad thing.