CLEARFIELD — Despite winterlike weather conditions across much of the Top of Utah, spring is here, and that means work on local roads is starting to ramp up.
Phase 1 of the $70 million State Road 193 project in Clearfield has started between Center and Main streets, and the work brings with it some major impacts to the travelling public.
SR 193 will be extended from State Street on 700 South in Clearfield, then around the Freeport Center to 200 South and then west to 2000 West in Syracuse.
Beginning today, Main Street through Clearfield will close indefinitely everywhere north of 700 South. Utah Department of Transportation spokesman Vic Saunders said the north end of south Main Street will eventually be turned into a cul-de-sac to make way for a new overpass.