Updated on January 29th, 2020
Updated on September 24th, 2019
The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) has begun a two-mile safety improvement project on U.S. Highway 191 between La Sal Junction and Hole-‘N’-The-Rock that will require regular road closures to accommodate blasting. US-191 approximately 15 miles south of Moab, and 35 miles north of Monticello. Start Milepost: 107 - End Milepost: 109
The project aims to improve recovery for vehicles that wander from the travel lanes by excavating into existing rock cuts and upgrading barrier to new standards or removing barrier where slopes can be leveled.
SCHEDULED FULL ROAD CLOSURES of up to 45 minutes.
Full road closures of up to 45 minutes for blasting may occur MONDAYS through THURSDAYS before 8:30 a.m. and after 5:30 p.m. to protect the safety of both workers and travelers. Delays of up to an additional 45 minutes are anticipated after the road is reopened to single-lane, alternating traffic. Blasting may continue for several weeks and is estimated to continue through much of November.
At other times, single lane closures with alternating traffic and delays of up to 20 minutes may be anticipated.
Updated on May 8th 2019
Johnson Creek Cutoff will be closed due to a Culvert being placed. The road is anticipated to reopen by May 16th 2019.
Updated on April 22nd 2019
The Hite and Bullfrog Airstrips will be closed temporarily May 1st through 10th for renovations.
The Hite Utah Airstrip will be closed for construction: May 1st, May 7th and May 8th.
The Bullfrog Utah Airstrip will be closed for construction: May 2nd, May 3rd, May 7th, May 8th, May 9th and May 10th.
As an alternative, Cal Black Memorial Airport at Halls Crossing will remain open during this period. Pilots are advised to please check with other nearby alternate airstrips regarding fuel availability prior to landing.
Updated on March 28th 2019
Blue Notch B2061 Road has a huge boulder that has slid down into the road, a vehicle can squeeze by but it is very doubtful that anything pulling a trailer could make it by this rock and other rocks along the route to Lake Powell.
There is a sinkhole that swallowed a vehicle requiring a tow truck to remove it over the weekend in the Cottonwood area on the D road system.
Updated on December 14th 2018