The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) is proposing to complete a pavement preservation and rehabilitation project on Main Street (SR-102) in Tremonton from the Crossroads Intersection (SR-13) to Interstate 84. Work would include milling and replacing the existing asphalt with approximately 2 inches of new Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) on the existing travel lanes, turn lanes and shoulders. Lanes would then be re-striped to feet current standards and a continuous two-way left-turn lanes (TWLTLs) will be striped from Iowa String to the Interstate 15 underpass on Main Street. A TWLTL is essentially a center turn lane that allows traffic from either direction to merge into this center turn lane to make left turns. Signs along the project length will be evaluated, and those signs that do not meet current UDOT standards will be replaced, as funding allows. Pedestrian ramps along the project length will also be evaluated, and those that do not meet current UDOT standards will be replaced, within their existing footprints, as funding allows. This pavement preservation and rehabilitation project will extend the pavement life for approximately ten years. The work will commence sometime between June of 2019 and end before October of 2019. The project will take approximately 50 days to complete. This project description will be updated as more information becomes available from UDOT. The City also understands that UDOT will also be working on fixing the travels lanes on interstate 84 overpass bridge on SR-102 during the 2019 road construction season.