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Speed limit reduced in Helper


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A construction worker cuts across eastbound lanes on Highway 6 in Helper. Traffic in the area has been shifted to westbound lanes. Much of the work going on now relates to relocating utility lines and replacing conduits and walkways under the highway. The speed limit through the interchange construction site has been reduced from 55 to 45 mph. Utah Highway Patrol officials said they will strictly enforce the lower speed limit and reminds drivers that fines double for speeding in work zones. By driving at a lower speed, motorists help ensure safety for flaggers, construction workers and other motorists. The UHP encourages all motorists to slow down, obey flaggers and drive safely.



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