A section of U-14 that was destroyed in a landslide March 27 will be reopened next week, almost a month ahead of schedule, according to the project engineer.

Terry Flint, engineer for Gibbons & Reed Co., said two crews have been working nearly 24 hours a day on the road leading to Cedar Breaks Monument.The highway was covered by dirt, rocks and trees when the massive slide occurred, and officials said the road would not open until May 23.

Flint said design problems on the stretch have forced officials to allow a speed limit of only 30 mph.

The speed limit will be the only restriction however;the road is designed for heavy loads.