SALT LAKE CITY -- Transportation officials in Utah say the state plans to spend just under $4 billion the rest of this year to complete more than 200 projects, mainly to improve roadways and streets.
The Deseret News reports that Utah Department of Transportation officials say drivers should be prepared to be inconvenienced.
John Njord, the agency's executive director, says it's looking for ways to minimize the impact.
The agency has released a guide to the 20 most significant projects they'll be working on. That includes three miles of climbing lanes to Interstate 15 in Washington County.
Officials say they hope the guide will help drivers avoid construction zones -- or at least plan for them.
The work includes pedestrian bridges in Salt Lake County, and restoring 63 bridges in Utah County.