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Monday, June 23 2014, 10:53 PM MDT
Road work on 1300 South could cause delays in Salt Lake City
(KUTV) A reconstruction project is set to begin on 1300 South in Salt Lake City on Monday.

Delays should be expected as crews will demolish then replace the concrete between 400 West and State Street.

Crews will also improve pedestrian crossings and add a new hawk signal at Richards Street.

Businesses and homes in that area will still be accessible while work is underway, but crews advise seeking an alternate route if possible.

(Copyright 2014 Sinclair Broadcasting Group.)Road work on 1300 South could cause delays in Salt Lake City

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