Opened September 13, 2008, the Legacy Parkway (Utah 67) represents a new freeway-level roadway from Interstate 215 in North Salt Lake to Interstate 15 & U.S. 89 in Farmington. The road was a 12-year project in the making, and features aesethic aspects to enhance the experience of its drivers.

Interstate 15 enters the interchange with U.S. 89 south and Legacy Parkway south of their respective ramps with Park Lane.

Curves built into the roadway accent Legacy Parkway views of the Wasatch and other natural features. Stone-facades added to the overpasses and other roadway elements compliment the roads’ scenic byway designation. A 2,225-acre preserve was purchased and restored to its natural state along the western frontage of the parkway to go with the pedestrian/bike and horse trail.

Stone monuments line both sides of the Legacy Parkway at its southbound beginning.

Legacy Parkway cost $685-million to build and carries four lanes overall. Tractor trailers are prohibited, but speed limits are set at just 55 mph on the road meant to provide up to 30% traffic relief along parallel Interstate 15. Only two interchanges are available along the 14-mile route, the northern with Parrish Lane in Centerville and southern at 500 South in Bountiful.

Initially Legacy Parkway and Interstate 15 & U.S. 89 travel side by side through to the State Street overpass.


  • “Legacy Parkway opens to public on Saturday.” Deseret News, September 7, 2008.
  • “Legacy Parkway opens tomorrow.” KSL News, September 12, 2008.