10/6/2009

Utah has spent nearly $160 million to make a section of U.S. Highway 6 safer over the past decade. The state is nearly finished with the project, which included converting 28 miles of the road into a four-lane highway and straightening some of the tight canyon curves. Also, a 12-mile stretch now has three lanes. Most of the work on the project will be finished by summer, officials said.

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