CLEARFIELD -- The Utah Department of Transportation has written its Christmas list, but it will probably not get everything it has asked for.
At a Wasatch Front Regional Council meeting Wednesday in Clearfield, UDOT officials presented several Top of Utah road projects that, if money were not an issue, should be completed within the next few years.
"It's basically a wish list," said Jesse Glidden, UDOT's Region One support services engineer. "We've still got to figure out what our construction budget will be."
In Davis County, big projects on the list include new interchange structures on Highway 89 at 200 North in Kaysville and at Antelope Drive, which would cost $45 million and $40 million, respectively.
Also included in Davis County is $8.5 million worth of work on the 2600 South Interchange on I-15 in Woods Cross.
In Weber County, the biggest project on the list -- in terms of scope and cost -- is the addition of a general purpose lane on Interstate 15 from Farr West into Brigham City.
The lane would be added in both directions and cost at least $50 million.
The final phase of Riverdale Road's massive rebuild is also on the list; it includes the section of the road from the I-84 interchange to I-15 and would cost $29 million.
The state also wants to repave Washington Boulevard from 26th Street to 36th Street and add other spot improvements, for a total cost of $15.7 million.
The list includes several other projects that are scattered throughout Weber and Davis counties that aim to increase safety and decrease levels of congestion across the region. Most of the projects on the list are currently unfunded.
Glidden said many of the projects could conceivably be built within the next year, if funding is programmed.
The Utah State Transportation Commission will likely decide on the region's 2012 road project budget shortly after the new year.