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Interstate 215 (Utah) - Exit List
... City Taylorsville 13.288 21.385 13 SR-68 (Redwood Road) 15.258 24.555 15 SR-266 (4700 South) – Taylorsville West Valley City 17.351– 17.571 27.924– 28.278 18 SR-171 (3500 South) – Maverik Center, West ...
Taylorsville, Utah - History - Mormon Settlement
... just north of Taylorsville near 6200 South and Redwood Road ... blue schoolhouse was built on the corner of Redwood Road and 6200 South for the children to attend ... on two acres on the corner of 6200 South and Redwood Road ...
Riverton, Utah - History
... around the start of the 20th century, west of Redwood Road at 12760 South ... This building was set back off the road and had a tie rail in from of it for tying up horses ... Railroad (Orem Line) was started and went through Riverton west of Redwood Road ...
Utah State Route 68 - History
... It followed Redwood Road from US-40 (North Temple Street) south to the present SR-73 and then used SR-73 east to US-50/US-89/US-91 (now solely US-89 ... The state added 900 West and Warm Springs Road from US-40 north to US-89/US-91 at Becks as SR-153 in 1933 ... In 1943 SR-153 was moved west to Redwood Road, returning to Becks via 2300 North ...
Utah State Route 68
... The route is more commonly referred to as Redwood Road, after the street it is routed along throughout Salt Lake County. 200 West in Bountiful and Camp Williams Road in Utah County ... SR-68 was routed onto Redwood Road in 1943, taking over what had been designated SR-153 ...

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