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 Project Overview
Welcome to the Questar Gas
Feeder Line 35 Capacity Enhancement Project Website.

Questar Gas is replacing a section of its system in the Riverton/Herriman area known as Feeder Line 35. (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 35 slated for replacement is about 8.5 miles long and runs primarily along 13400 South Street from 1300 West to the mouth of Butterfield Canyon (approximately 6600 West).

Beginning Jan. 9, 2012, crews will be working at various locations along 13400 South. Construction is expected to be completed by the end of August 2012.

This project may involve some nighttime and weekend work. Traffic will be restricted to one lane in each direction in work zones. Watch this site for the latest traffic information. Speed is limited to 35 mph in construction zones. 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. A possible east/west alternative would be 12600 South. We appreciate your patience.

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Project hotline: (801) 324-5548

Traffic Updates

arrow Sept 19, 2012 Update – The pipe has been installed and all eight miles have been cleaned and pressure-tested.

Crews are completing final tie-ins to reg stations and existing lines at the following locations on 13400 South: 3600 West, 5500 West and 6000 West. This work is expected to be finished by next week. Motorists can expect lane restrictions at these locations until work is completed.