The Mean Streets of Moab

Beware of road construction. It's Orange Cone Season!Well, it looks like we get more road construction and repair on Main Street in the middle of tourism season. To be fair, there’s probably worse times to have this done. Didn’t we recently have Main Street torn up and replaced with cement pavement? I am curious on where we will get to squeeze into one lane this June. Here’s the official statement:


Moab Main Street Project Update: 5/28/2013

Construction Information:

The project recently went to bid, and the contract was awarded to the W.W. Clyde Construction Companies. This project is scheduled to begin on or after July 29th of this year.

We will send out additional construction information as it becomes available.

Project Description:

Two separate sections of Moab Main Street will have two inches of old pavement removed and replaced with new pavement. The road will not be widened, and one lane will remain open in each direction through the construction zones.

The existing curbs and gutters will remain in place, and some pedestrian ramps will be added.

The northern section of the project extends from 200 North to milepost 126.29 (by the Inca Inn).

The southern section of the project extends from 300 South to Holyoak Lane. There will be no Main Street construction from 200 North to 300 South.

For More Information:

Please contact:
Scott Henriksen
Moab Main Street Asphalt Sections
Public Information Manager
Toll-Free Hotline: 1-855-307-9363