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 Project Overview
Welcome to the Questar Gas
Feeder Line 25 Capacity Enhancement Project Website.

Questar Gas is replacing a section of its system in Utah County known as Feeder Line 25. (Feeder lines are larger, steel pipelines that supply smaller main and individual service lines which connect to meters at homes and businesses.)

This website provides general information about the project as well as current information on construction activity and related impacts on local traffic.

This project is necessary to keep pace with increased demand for natural gas due to customer growth. It will also enhance our ability to continue providing safe, reliable natural gas service by making our system easier to monitor and maintain.

The section of Feeder Line 25 slated for replacement is about 14 miles long. It starts in southern Salt Lake County near Point of the Mountain in Bluffdale on the west side of Interstate 15. It runs south along the westside I-15 frontage road to near the southbound I-15 1200 West off-ramp in Lehi and continues south along State Street in Lehi to 100 East. Here it turns north and east, crosses under I-15 and continues easterly through Lehi, American Fork and Pleasant Grove and ends at the intersection of 1800 North and 100 East in Pleasant Grove. (See link to map at left.)

This project may involve some nighttime and weekend work and lane restrictions. Watch this site for the latest traffic information. To avoid congestion in construction zones, motorists are advised to use alternate routes and to allow plenty of travel time to get where they're going.

For additional information, comments, or to receive weekly updates by email, click here.

Project hotline: (801) 324-5548

Traffic Updates
arrow Dec 7, 2011 – Next week, crews installing new pipe along 300 North and 400 North streets in American Fork and 1800 North in Pleasant Grove will begin preparations to temporarily suspend construction activity over the holidays. Ahead of the holiday shutdown, crews will remove heavy equipment from streets, plate trenches and reduce traffic control and lane restrictions as much as possible while still maintaining driver and public safety. On Jan 2, 2012, crews will begin staging equipment and construction will return to full activity by Jan. 9. Project completion is scheduled for ... more