LEHI — The Utah Department of Transportation will hold a hearing at 5 p.m. on Thursday in the cafeteria of Building 10 in the IM Flash Technologies building, 1550 E. 35 North, to take comment on a $130 million limited access expressway for state Route 92 east of I-15.

S.R. 92 connects I-15 to American Fork Canyon as the primary highway for east Lehi, Highland, Alpine and Cedar Hills. UDOT wants to expand the road to six lanes from I-15 to Highland Parkway/Suncrest Road and to four lanes to the state Route 74 intersection.

The environmental assessment also may be reviewed in various locations including Lehi, Highland and Cedar Hills city halls; UDOT Region 3 Headquarters, 658 N. 1500 West, Orem; UDPT Access Utah County Headquarters, 30989 W. Executive Parkway Drive, Suite 125, Lehi; and the Calvin L. Rampton Complex, 4501 S. 2700 West, Salt Lake City; or on the Internet at udot.utah.gov/sr-92.