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IDProject DescriptionProject LocationProject Cost ($)Detailed DescriptionProject StatusCounty NameForecast Start YearComment TypeCommentComment MethodResponse
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11100 N (NSL) RR Xing ImprovementsCnty:FA-1386; MP .80 - 1.14$250,000Railway-Highway Grade Crossing
Construction of new and updating existing railroad crossings. Guard arms, vehicle and train detection, improved signing and striping regulating and promoting safety at all locations in the state where public roads cross railroad tracks.
ScopingDAVIS2017Roadway/TransitCan one of these crossings (1100 N. or Center Street) be converted into a bridge? This would eliminate the long waits while trains take on oil cars and help with East/West emergency vehicle flows.Interactive mapA project to address this need is included in the Regional Transportation Plan. Funding has not yet been identified.
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2SR-68; I-215 Interchange Reconstruct.I-215; MP 27.44 - 27.44 & I-215; MP 25.63 - 28.50 & I-215; MP 25.63 - 28.50 & SR-68; MP 62.88 - 67.27$39,300,000A new Diverging Diamond Interchange (DDI) will be implemented and Redwood Road will be reconstructed and widened between I-215 and Center Street. Crews will also construct a new bridge east of the existing Redwood Road bridge over I-215, add new northbound lane between I-215 and Center Street and upgrade signs and lighting.Under ConstructionVARIOUS2016RoadwayCan a I-215 East ramp to I-15 S be added? This ramp could connect into the I-15/Beck street collector. This would also create an additional way for traffic from the growing technology park North of the airport to get to South bound I-15 and reduce congestion on South bound I-215 and I-80 East to I-15.Interactive mapA project to address this need is included in the Regional Transportation Plan. Funding has not yet been identified.
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3SR-210; SR-209 to Top of CanyonSR-210; MP 3.88 - 12.26 & SR-210; MP 12.53 - 13.62 & Bypass Road MP 12.53 to MP 13.62$5,045,057This project will resurface the roadway and replace various sections of rolled gutter.AwardedSALT LAKE2018RoadwayWasn't the concrete rolled gutter just installed 5 years ago? Why is this needed again?Interactive mapConstruction has been completed, but close out will not occur until project audit is complete. There are other spots that have not been funded where rolled gutter will assist.
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4SLC Emigration Creek Trail; Connor St - Wasatch DrBonneville Golf Course between Connor Street and Wasatch Drive$479,700Transportation AlternativesScopingSALT LAKE2022Active TransportationThis makes lots of sense in terms of connecting cyclists from Wasatch Blvd to the University/Research Park...could it be straighter or connect in with the existing road to the country club?Interactive mapPrior to initiating an environmental document, the City is reviewing route alternatives and project concepts to determine community support and project effectiveness.
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5West Davis HighwaySR-67; West Davis Corridor Construction, Davis Co.$609,500,000New CapacityScopingDAVIS2020Roadway/Transit/Active TransportationA way for Utah law makers to earn money, for the reckless development of protected wetlands, and the unrealistic and continued dependency on cars/freeways. Not a solution for intelligent future development. Why haven't we looked at more alternatives and done better planning for the future of transportation? We no longer live in wide-open spaces. Let's design our transportation accordingly.Interactive mapWFRC conducts an extensive planning process and welcomes your participation in that process. In addition, UDOT conducted a thorough environmental study, evaluating numerous alternatives and public input to address transportation needs in this corridor.
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61100 N (NSL) RR Xing ImprovementsCnty:FA-1386; MP .80 - 1.14$250,000Railway-Highway Grade Crossing
Construction of new and updating existing railroad crossings. Guard arms, vehicle and train detection, improved signing and striping regulating and promoting safety at all locations in the state where public roads cross railroad tracks.
ScopingDAVIS2017Roadway/Transit/Active TransportationPlease widen the road at the smaller UP tracks west of Main Street. It's very dangerous for pedestrians and cyclists, and causes a bottleneck where the two lanes converge.Interactive mapThe City is currenty working with Union Pacific to resolve this issue.
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7SR-68; I-215 Interchange Reconstruct.I-215; MP 27.44 - 27.44 & I-215; MP 25.63 - 28.50 & I-215; MP 25.63 - 28.50 & SR-68; MP 62.88 - 67.27$39,300,000A new Diverging Diamond Interchange (DDI) will be implemented and Redwood Road will be reconstructed and widened between I-215 and Center Street. Crews will also construct a new bridge east of the existing Redwood Road bridge over I-215, add new northbound lane between I-215 and Center Street and upgrade signs and lighting.Under ConstructionVARIOUS2016RoadwayI concur with the other commenter: please add a connection from I-215 eastbound to I-15 southbound, and from northbound I-15 to westbound I-215Interactive mapA project to address this need is included in the Regional Transportation Plan. Funding has not yet been identified.
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8Beck Street Protected Bicycle Facility DesignBeck Street bicycle lanes in SLC between Chicago St and the existing shared use path on the frontage road$55,400UDOT is committed to providing the highest degree of accessibility and safety for pedestrian and bicyclists. Through the construction of sidewalks and ADA ramps, trails, bike paths and striping of shoulders where appropriate for bike lanes.ScopingSALT LAKE2018Active TransportationThank for spending resources on bike lanes and other active transportation. UDOT seems to spend billions on road, often with little consideration for active transit or public transit. It's nice to see more bike lanes going in.Interactive mapThank you for your comment.
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9US-89; MP 387.55, Construct Right Turn LaneUS-89; MP 387.50 - 387.60$150,000This project will improve safety in small localized areas as determined by crash and traffic evaluation.
This project will make operational and safety improvements to the intersection. This may include widening, adding additional lanes or turn lanes or updating signals and signal timing.
ScopingDAVIS2018Active TransportationPlease look into making this area safer for cyclists. We need a bike lane here, especially farther south of this project, where 500 West goes under the old overpass -- it's very dangerous for cyclists right now.Interactive mapWFRC staff will work with the project sponsor to ensure that this suggestion is considered in the project development process. WFRC and its transportation planning partners understand the need for safe and effective transportation for cyclists. This specific need can be evaluated on future projects and as funding becomes available.
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10SR-68; Old Bamberger Railroad Overpass, C-330OFF RAMP TO US-89; MP .00 - .13$654,000This project will preserve Utah¿s bridge infrastructure by applying cost effective treatments before major rehabilitation is required. The preservation efforts may include the resurfacing of the bridge deck, leveling the approach, replacing bearings and expansion joints.ProposedDAVIS2019Active TransportationPlease look into making this underpass safer for cyclists. It's very dangerous for cyclists right now.Interactive mapWFRC understands the need for safe and effective transportation for cyclists in the region and will continue to work with UDOT, UTA, local governments, and other stakeholders to facilitate solutions to address the needs. However, funding has not yet been identified for many specific needs.
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11US-89; MP 388.4 - 389.1 Safety ImprovementUS-89; MP 388.40 - 389.10$700,000Highway Safety Improvement
This project will make operational and safety improvements to the intersection. This may include widening, adding additional lanes or turn lanes or updating signals and signal timing.
ScopingDAVIS2019RoadwayWe need a traffic light at Center Street and 500 West. I know there is already a light at 100 North, but it's pretty obvious to everyone that uses this road, that 100 North light was put in the wrong location. You should have put it at Center Street to begin with. If you time the two lights correctly, it won't impede north-south traffic. Adding the Center Street light will make it much safer for all the cars pulling into and out of the Costco lot.Interactive mapWFRC staff will work with the project sponsor to ensure that this suggestion is considered in the project development process.
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12Pages Lane; 800 W. to SR-67, Bike Lane, W. Btfl.Pages Lane; 800 West to SR-67$450,000This project will improve the bike and pedestrian trail system thereby providing better mobility and access to the community.ScopingDAVIS2018Active TransportationThanks for adding bike lanes. Anywhere you can do that is always a good thing.Interactive mapThank you for your comment.
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13SR-138 & Stansbury Pkwy (MP 20.02), Stansbury ParkSR-138; MP 20.02 - 20.03$262,691The construction of new traffic signals improves the safety and mobility of intersections by assigning right of way. Each new signal is evaluated for the traffic volume, turning movements, pedestrian use, location variables such as sight distance and crashes before any signal is installed.Close OutTOOELE2017Active TransportationThank you for getting this done. It has made this intersection much more safe and usable for pedestrians.Interactive mapThank you for your comment.
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14SR-36; Lane Widening (Environmental)SR-36; MP 64.65 - 65.75$200,000Rehabilitation or ReplacementScopingTOOELE2019RoadwayInstalling the concrete barriers here like has been done further south on SR36 will improve this deadly section of road.Interactive mapWFRC will work with the appropriate entity(ies) to evaluate potential improvements.
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15Midvalley Highwaymidvalley hwy$74,400,000UDOT is working with Tooele County to design and construct a new connection to Interstate 80 (I-80) in the middle of the Tooele Valley. This new corridor, known as the Midvalley Highway, will provide a direct connection from state Route 138 (SR-138) to I-80.ActiveTOOELE2020RoadwayI don't see how this meets any needs. This road is too far away from the major traffic problems.Interactive mapConstruction of this section of the Midvalley Highway is anticipated to reduce the amount of traffic on SR-36 between Mills Junction and I-80. Lower traffic volumes on SR-36 will help decrease congestion and improve safety. In addition, the improved travel time between I-80 and the Industrial Depot will increase economic development opportunities in Tooele Valley.
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16SR-201 Concept StudySR-201; MP .00 - 18.10$120,000Planning studies allow UDOT to incorporate new solutions that may include the latest design and construction techniques, safety improvements and concepts to improve mobility.ScopingVARIOUS2019RoadwayExtend this all the way to Lake Point in Tooele County. Too much congestion on i-80, and if there is an accident on i-80 it becomes an emergency traffic situation.Interactive mapWFRC is aware of the need for an alternate to I-80, between Lake Point and Salt Lake County. Progress is occurring in the evaluation of concepts to address this need, but funding has not yet been identified.
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17Tooele Travel Times I-80I-80; MP 97.39 - 117.06$129,032In addition to gathering data UDOT also looks for ways to share it with drivers so that they can make good travel decisions. The UDOT Traffic website and app allows motorists to access current statewide road conditions including traffic and weather cameras, roadway sensors and road forecasts. This project will repair and/or improve these public facing systems.Close OutVARIOUS2014RoadwayCreate a second exit to Stansbury Park/Tooele. Make it more reasonable than the Midvalley Highway.Interactive mapConstruction of this section of Midvalley Highway is anticipated to reduce the amount of traffic on SR-36 between Mills Junction and I-80. Lower traffic volumes on SR-36 will help decrease congestion and improve safety. In addition, the improved travel time between I-80 and the Industrial Depot will increase economic development opportunities in Tooele Valley.
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18Tooele Travel Times I-80I-80; MP 97.39 - 117.06$129,032In addition to gathering data UDOT also looks for ways to share it with drivers so that they can make good travel decisions. The UDOT Traffic website and app allows motorists to access current statewide road conditions including traffic and weather cameras, roadway sensors and road forecasts. This project will repair and/or improve these public facing systems.Close OutVARIOUS2014RoadwayPlease extend 201 to make an additional entrance/exit into the Tooele ValleyInteractive mapWFRC is aware of the need for an alternate to I-80, between Lake Point and Salt Lake County. Progress is occurring in the evaluation of concepts to address this need, but funding has not yet been identified.
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19Tooele Travel Times I-80I-80; MP 97.39 - 117.06$129,032In addition to gathering data UDOT also looks for ways to share it with drivers so that they can make good travel decisions. The UDOT Traffic website and app allows motorists to access current statewide road conditions including traffic and weather cameras, roadway sensors and road forecasts. This project will repair and/or improve these public facing systems.Close OutVARIOUS2014RoadwayFor the love of HUMANITY! Please add a 3rd lane to the West/East bound I-80 to the proposed Midvalley corridor.Interactive mapA project to address this need is included in the Statewide Transportation Plan. Funding has not yet been identified.
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20Tooele Travel Times I-80I-80; MP 97.39 - 117.06$129,032In addition to gathering data UDOT also looks for ways to share it with drivers so that they can make good travel decisions. The UDOT Traffic website and app allows motorists to access current statewide road conditions including traffic and weather cameras, roadway sensors and road forecasts. This project will repair and/or improve these public facing systems.Close OutVARIOUS2014RoadwayWhy is Grantsville getting a THIRD exit?(Midvalley) How about vreating a more user friendly exit/access for the residents of Tooele and Stansbury! Tooele and Stansbury make up 80% of the Tooele Valley population. Grantsville already has TWO usable I-80 exit/access points!Interactive mapConstruction of this section of Midvalley Highway is anticipated to reduce the amount of traffic on SR-36 between Mills Junction and I-80. Lower traffic volumes on SR-36 will help decrease congestion and improve safety. In addition, the improved travel time between I-80 and the Industrial Depot will increase economic development opportunities in Tooele Valley.
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21Midvalley Highwaymidvalley hwy$74,400,000UDOT is working with Tooele County to design and construct a new connection to Interstate 80 (I-80) in the middle of the Tooele Valley. This new corridor, known as the Midvalley Highway, will provide a direct connection from state Route 138 (SR-138) to I-80.ActiveTOOELE2020RoadwayWhile this is a good start for helping Tooele County, we really need a second option to access the Salt Lake Valley.Interactive mapWFRC is aware of the need for an alternate to I-80, between Lake Point and Salt Lake County. Progress is occurring in the evaluation of concepts to address this need, but funding has not yet been identified.
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22Tooele Travel Times I-80I-80; MP 97.39 - 117.06$129,032In addition to gathering data UDOT also looks for ways to share it with drivers so that they can make good travel decisions. The UDOT Traffic website and app allows motorists to access current statewide road conditions including traffic and weather cameras, roadway sensors and road forecasts. This project will repair and/or improve these public facing systems.Close OutVARIOUS2014RoadwayI agree with what has been said. We need an extension of the 201 so we have more than one way to get in and out of the valley. The traffic is insane going to and from work, and even worse if there is a wreck on the I-80 right before the 201 because they close all the lanes down and there is no way to get to work! There have been times when there have been wrecks that closed the I-80 westbound and many were unable to even get home for the evening. They had to check into hotels for the night rather than wait 4 hours to get the road and traffic cleared! And we need a 2nd freeway entrance closer to Stansbury that will service most of the population instead of just a few!Interactive mapWFRC is aware of the need for an alternate to I-80, between Lake Point and Salt Lake County. Progress is occurring in the evaluation of concepts to address this need, but funding has not yet been identified.
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23Midvalley Highwaymidvalley hwy$74,400,000UDOT is working with Tooele County to design and construct a new connection to Interstate 80 (I-80) in the middle of the Tooele Valley. This new corridor, known as the Midvalley Highway, will provide a direct connection from state Route 138 (SR-138) to I-80.ActiveTOOELE2020Roadwayneed to widen I80 from mid valley past 201. This is moving the congestion from SR36 to the I-80 connection to SR36. We also need to bring SR 201 into lakepoint off.Interactive mapProjects to address these needs are included in the Statewide Transportation Plan. Funding has not yet been identified.
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24I-15; Orem 800 S/UVU InterchangeI-15; MP 269.44 - 269.81 & Orem 800 S Interchange$130,000,000TIF - Transportation Investment Fund
New Interchange on Existing Freeway
ProposedUTAH2023RoadwayWe are very concerned about the impacts this interchange would have on the neighborhood on 680 South. Under this plan UVU property is being protected at the expense of Orem residences. UDOT should consider other alternatives that would not impact homes.Interactive mapThis comment has been referred to the Mountainland Association of Governments, which is the agency with primary responsibility for regional transportation planning in Utah County.
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25SR-114; Provo Center St to 1200 S OremSR-114; MP 1.57 - 4.87$3,772,260Rehabilitation High VolumeActiveUTAH2019RoadwayThis project will add more traffic to the already congested University Parkway in Orem.Interactive mapThis comment has been referred to the Mountainland Association of Governments, which is the agency with primary responsibility for regional transportation planning in Utah County.
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26Bangerter Highway @ 10400 SouthSR-154; MP 9.11 - 10.04$46,000,000Upgrade Existing At-Grade IntersectionScopingSALT LAKE2022RoadwayIt is vital that this intersection is converted to a freeway style interchange with Bangerter Highway going under 104th South. Creating an underpass preserve the commercial viability of this intersection and will have less impact on the neighborhood. An underpass will also preserve the community feel of the area and prevent visual pollution.Interactive mapWFRC staff will work with the project sponsor to ensure that this suggestion is considered in the project development process.
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27Enviro - I-80 TO UT. CO. / Mtn View CorridorMountain View Corridor (MVC); I-80 to Utah County$20,250,000The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969 requires UDOT to perform an Environmental Assessment (EA) or Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). The process begins with UDOT developing a proposal; a determination of whether or not the proposed action is covered under NEPA is then made. There are three levels of analysis that an agency may undertake to comply with the law, Categorical Exclusion (CAD-EX), EA or EIS. These studies take into account several factors including, but limited to, air quality, threatened and endangered species, wetlands, historical and archaeological.ActiveSALT LAKE0RoadwayThe expedited completion of MVC throughout Salt Lake County is vital to the residential and commercial growth on the west side of the Salt Lake Valley.Interactive mapThank you for your comment.
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28Bangerter Highway @ 10400 SouthSR-154; MP 9.11 - 10.04$46,000,000Upgrade Existing At-Grade IntersectionScopingSALT LAKE2022RoadwayI agree with the previous comment about the benefits of an underpass. An overpass will greatly affect the surrounding businesses and homes in a negative way. An underpass will reduce visual obstruction, noise pollution, and urban feel of the area, preserving the natural serenity and beauty of our community.Interactive mapWFRC staff will work with the project sponsor to ensure that this suggestion is considered in the project development process.
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29Bangerter Highway @ 10400 SouthSR-154; MP 9.11 - 10.04$46,000,000Upgrade Existing At-Grade IntersectionScopingSALT LAKE2022RoadwayThis intersection should be a freeway style but it is imperative that it should be an underpass instead of the overpass on 104th South!!! thanksInteractive mapWFRC staff will work with the project sponsor to ensure that this suggestion is considered in the project development process.
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30Bangerter Highway @ 10400 SouthSR-154; MP 9.11 - 10.04$46,000,000Upgrade Existing At-Grade IntersectionScopingSALT LAKE2022RoadwayThis intersection should be a freeway style but it is imperative that it should be an underpass instead of the overpass on 104th South!!! thanksInteractive mapWFRC staff will work with the project sponsor to ensure that this suggestion is considered in the project development process.
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31Bangerter Highway @ 10400 SouthSR-154; MP 9.11 - 10.04$46,000,000Upgrade Existing At-Grade IntersectionScopingSALT LAKE2022RoadwayAn overpass will negatively affect the divide between SoJo residents and Daybreak residents. This must be an underpass like 11400. The study conducted says there is no social or economic impacts from the overpass which is entirely false. The turnout at the public comment period should prove this.Interactive mapWFRC staff will work with the project sponsor to ensure that this suggestion is considered in the project development process.
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32Bangerter Highway @ 10400 SouthSR-154; MP 9.11 - 10.04$46,000,000Upgrade Existing At-Grade IntersectionScopingSALT LAKE2022RoadwayTuring this intersections into a freeway style is only a good idea if it will be an underpass rather than an overpass. The residents would benefit from an underpass, as well as the surrounding commercial developments.Interactive mapWFRC staff will work with the project sponsor to ensure that this suggestion is considered in the project development process.
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33UDOT Signal Interconnect in SL CountySR-48; MP 2.51 - 3.14 & SR-68; MP 61.79 - 62.59 & SR-68; MP 43.81 - 44.37 & SR-68; MP 47.29 - 47.65 & Cnty:FA-2150; MP .00 - 1.85 & SR-175; MP .38 - 2.39$70,000ATMS otherwise know as Advanced Traffic Management System is the Department's system of applying technology (cameras, variable message signs, road weather information systems, etc.) to minimize traffic congestion and improve safety. This project will install or repair components of the ATMS systems.ScopingSALT LAKE2016RoadwayPlease apply ATMS to this road. The traffic, especially at rush hour, needs to be addressed, and adding in smart technologies will ease the congestion without major overhaul and construction.Interactive mapThe project will apply ATMS to this road.
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34US-89; Farmington to I-84US-89; MP 398.00 - 406.64 & US-89; I-84 to Antelope Drive, I-84 to Harrison$273,086,658This State Environmental Study (SES) will identify alternatives to improve traffic flow and safety on U.S. 89 from Farmington to I-84.

Growing traffic demand has caused the U.S. 89 corridor between Farmington and I-84 to become increasingly congested. Traffic studies indicate congestion will continue to worsen in the future.

Our purpose is to prepare a State Environmental Study (SES) that evaluates capacity improvement options and determines a preferred alternative that meets the area's transportation needs. The study includes design alternatives, potential impacts and preliminary design concepts with recommended improvements for the highway.
ScopingVARIOUS2020RoadwayDO NOT convert this highway to a 6-lane freeway with interchanges. Yes, there is congestion, but that will be mitigated by the parallel freeway that will bulldoze through west Kaysville.Interactive mapTo meet the purpose and need identified in the State Environmental Study (SES), the preferred alternative selected in the SES is a six-lane facility.
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35Enviro - I-80 TO UT. CO. / Mtn View CorridorMountain View Corridor (MVC); I-80 to Utah County$20,250,000The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969 requires UDOT to perform an Environmental Assessment (EA) or Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). The process begins with UDOT developing a proposal; a determination of whether or not the proposed action is covered under NEPA is then made. There are three levels of analysis that an agency may undertake to comply with the law, Categorical Exclusion (CAD-EX), EA or EIS. These studies take into account several factors including, but limited to, air quality, threatened and endangered species, wetlands, historical and archaeological.ActiveSALT LAKE0RoadwayI am worried about how MV connects to I-80. Could it not connect at an existing interchange?Interactive mapFunding has not yet been identified for completion to I-80. However, a new interchange will be needed to address future traffic volumes that existing interchanges will not be able to accommodate.
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36SR-36; MP 55.65-55.68, Extend Median BarrierSR-36; MP 55.65 - 55.68$23,722This project will improve safety in small localized areas as determined by crash and traffic evaluation.
Barrier is an important safety component of Utah roadways. This project may include the installation or upgrade of barriers and types of barrier are guardrail, cable or concrete.
Close OutTOOELE2018RoadwayPlease, may we have a light coming onto sr 36 from cimmarron way? Morning rush hour and evenings are impossible to get onto. It is very dangerous getting onto 36. Also, if we could adjust the timing of the light at the Chevron/homedepot, this would help in the short term. Please contact me via text. Thank you.Interactive mapSafety and operational service upgrades are evaluated largely based on technical criteria. WFRC will continue to work with UDOT, UTA, and local governments to develop projects that meet established eligibility criteria and address needed improvements.
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37Bangerter Highway @ 10400 SouthSR-154; MP 9.11 - 10.04$46,000,000Upgrade Existing At-Grade IntersectionScopingSALT LAKE2022RoadwayIf over passes work in other cities and cost less then an underpass should work here as well. We are all paying for these and one city should not receive preferential treatment.Interactive mapWFRC staff will work with the project sponsor to ensure that this suggestion is considered in the project development process.
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387800 So Jordan River Pedestrian Bridge at 1100 WCnty:FA-2105; MP .93 - .93$347,700UDOT is committed to providing the highest degree of accessibility and safety for pedestrian and bicyclists. Through the construction of sidewalks and ADA ramps, trails, bike paths and striping of shoulders where appropriate for bike lanes.ScopingSALT LAKE2018Active TransportationWith the new high density development, the entire sidewalk needs to be installed on the N side of 7800 S from 1300 W to gardner village to make this area safe/passable for pedestriansInteractive mapIn a coordinated effort, West Jordan and Midvale are working to extend the sidewalk and construct a pedestrian/bike bridge over the Jordan River to provide safe access from 1300 West to Gardner Village on the north side of 7800 South.
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39Beck Street Protected Bicycle Facility DesignBeck Street bicycle lanes in SLC between Chicago St and the existing shared use path on the frontage road$55,400UDOT is committed to providing the highest degree of accessibility and safety for pedestrian and bicyclists. Through the construction of sidewalks and ADA ramps, trails, bike paths and striping of shoulders where appropriate for bike lanes.ScopingSALT LAKE2018Active TransportationWith Beck Street being a major corridor between Davis and SL Counties, it's deeply unsettling to see there won't be ANY bicycle infrastructure on Beck Street connecting these counties by 2024. While this added bike lane will be nice to have, it's nowhere near enough and we’ll still be several decades behind modern urban infrastructure/transportation.Interactive mapWFRC understands the need for safe and effective transportation for cyclists in the region and will continue to work with UDOT, UTA, local governments, and other stakeholders to facilitate solutions to address the needs. However, funding has not yet been identified for many specific needs.
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40Beck Street Protected Bicycle Facility DesignBeck Street bicycle lanes in SLC between Chicago St and the existing shared use path on the frontage road$55,400UDOT is committed to providing the highest degree of accessibility and safety for pedestrian and bicyclists. Through the construction of sidewalks and ADA ramps, trails, bike paths and striping of shoulders where appropriate for bike lanes.ScopingSALT LAKE2018Active TransportationThe road on which this new bike lane will be is a substantially lower traffic road where people on bikes are FAR safer than on Beck, which is why this lane seems like a strange place to start--there’s a much larger need for safe bicycle infrastructure ON Beck Street that connects all the way through to Downtown Salt Lake City. I am extremely concerned by how slowly we are developing modern, fully integrated, multi-modal infrastructure ESPECIALLY considering our enormous birth rate and the future population we will have to accommodate. We needed safer, more efficient, human scale infrastructure decades ago, and finishing half of a disconnected network in a couple of decades from now simply is not enough. Our slow-paced, car-centric infrastructure projects are not only foolish, but reckless. PLEASE BUILD FULLY CONNECTED NETWORKS OF PROTECTED BICYCLE INFRASTRUCTURE ON AN EXPEDITED TIMELINE.Interactive mapWFRC understands the need for safe and effective transportation for cyclists in the region and will continue to work with UDOT, UTA, local governments, and other stakeholders to facilitate solutions to address the needs. However, funding has not yet been identified for many specific needs.
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41Orchard Dr. Sidewalk; 83 So to 183 So. South SideCnty:FA-1380; MP .08 - .43$301,400UDOT is committed to providing the highest degree of accessibility and safety for pedestrian and bicyclists. Through the construction of sidewalks and ADA ramps, trails, bike paths and striping of shoulders where appropriate for bike lanes.STIPDAVIS2023Active TransportationInteresting how the description says UDOT is committed to providing the highest degree of accessibility and safety for pedestrians and people on bikes, but then there’s no PROTECTED bike lane—which has been found to be THE HIGHEST DEGREE OF SAFETY YOU CAN PROVIDE. I am gravely disappointed that this update for pedestrians doesn’t also provide safe passage for people on bikes—with the bike lane being not much more than a cartoon painted in the gutter, where debris and parked cars are a constant threat to safety and a barrier to access for any aspiring bicycle commuter. PLEASE BUILD SAFE INFRASTRUCTURE FOR ALL USERS—ESPECIALLY PEOPLE ON BIKES WHO ARE REDUCING POLLUTION AND DECREASING PUBLIC HEALTH COSTS.Interactive mapWFRC understands the need for safe and effective transportation for cyclists in the region and will continue to work with UDOT, UTA, local governments, and other stakeholders to facilitate solutions to address the needs. However, funding has not yet been identified for many specific needs.
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42US-89; Farmington to I-84US-89; MP 398.00 - 406.64 & US-89; I-84 to Antelope Drive, I-84 to Harrison$273,086,658This State Environmental Study (SES) will identify alternatives to improve traffic flow and safety on U.S. 89 from Farmington to I-84.

Growing traffic demand has caused the U.S. 89 corridor between Farmington and I-84 to become increasingly congested. Traffic studies indicate congestion will continue to worsen in the future.

Our purpose is to prepare a State Environmental Study (SES) that evaluates capacity improvement options and determines a preferred alternative that meets the area's transportation needs. The study includes design alternatives, potential impacts and preliminary design concepts with recommended improvements for the highway.
ScopingVARIOUS2020Roadway/TransitPlease make this happen. This road is dangerous and needs to be updated. Since it's already a 4-lane highway adding two more lanes will only make it safer. To many people have been killed or hurt over the past years from crashes, to much time and money has been spent trying to install lights and warning signals. Now is the time to make it a 6-lane highway. Limited amount of exits and on ramps. People from Ogden are not going to drive west to get on the over capacity I-15 corridor. Public transportation is not a viable option. UTA cannot provide enough buses or trains to transport everybody from Ogden to travel South each day.Interactive mapConstruction of a freeway on US-89 through North Davis County is anticipated to begin in 2019.
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43US-89; Farmington to I-84US-89; MP 398.00 - 406.64 & US-89; I-84 to Antelope Drive, I-84 to Harrison$273,086,658This State Environmental Study (SES) will identify alternatives to improve traffic flow and safety on U.S. 89 from Farmington to I-84.

Growing traffic demand has caused the U.S. 89 corridor between Farmington and I-84 to become increasingly congested. Traffic studies indicate congestion will continue to worsen in the future.

Our purpose is to prepare a State Environmental Study (SES) that evaluates capacity improvement options and determines a preferred alternative that meets the area's transportation needs. The study includes design alternatives, potential impacts and preliminary design concepts with recommended improvements for the highway.
ScopingVARIOUS2020RoadwayHere is why highway 89 should be a 6 lane limited access freeway from the hwy. 89 Washington Blvd. junction to I-15. 1. There is no EASY route for the heavily populated areas of east Weber and Davis Counties to access I-15 and Salt Lake City. 2. There is already significant congestion. Inevitable population growth will magnify the problem. 3. Slow moving traffic increases pollution and wastes precious time. 4. Costs for purchasing land and making the necessary inevitable improvements will increase greatly. 5. Improvements on I-15 through Davis county or any other west side thoroughfare, while important, will not significantly impact the demand for east side access. 6. In fact, a freeway on the east side will improve I-15 traffic flow. Many drivers, frustrated by the highway 89 obstacle course, make their way to I-15 even though it increases their mileage. WE HAVE NO CHOICE; WE MUST HAVE THE MT. ROAD FREEWAY! The longer we wait, the more painful it will be to get this done.Interactive mapConstruction of a freeway on US-89 through North Davis County is anticipated to begin in 2019.
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44US-89; Bike Lanes 800 N Orem to Pleasant GroveUS-89; MP 340.71 - 343.96$120,000This project will restripe State Street to add bike lanes from 800 N in Orem to 700 N in Lindon.ScopingUTAH2020Active TransportationLindon has bike lanes on State Street from a widening project about three years ago.Interactive mapThis comment has been referred to the Mountainland Association of Governments, which is the agency with primary responsibility for regional transportation planning in Utah County.
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45Holladay Sidewalks; Multiple Locations; 2018 TAPCnty:FA-2144; MP 1.70 - 2.11 & Various Locations within Holladay City$276,121Converted TAPActiveSALT LAKE2018Active TransportationSafe pedestrian infrastructure will be especially relevant to connect Holladay Village with the Ivory/Woodbury development on the old Cottonwood Mall site.Interactive mapWFRC staff will work with the project sponsor to ensure that this suggestion is considered in the project development process.
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46Vineyard Commuter Rail StationNew Commuter Rail Station Near Vineyard Connector Rd.$4,000,000Build new commuter rail station in VineyardScopingUTAH2019TransitYes please! I live in vineyard and have been waiting for this to startInteractive mapThis comment has been referred to the Mountainland Association of Governments, which is the agency with primary responsibility for regional transportation planning in Utah County.
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47Enviro - I-80 TO UT. CO. / Mtn View CorridorMountain View Corridor (MVC); I-80 to Utah County$20,250,000The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969 requires UDOT to perform an Environmental Assessment (EA) or Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). The process begins with UDOT developing a proposal; a determination of whether or not the proposed action is covered under NEPA is then made. There are three levels of analysis that an agency may undertake to comply with the law, Categorical Exclusion (CAD-EX), EA or EIS. These studies take into account several factors including, but limited to, air quality, threatened and endangered species, wetlands, historical and archaeological.ActiveSALT LAKE0Transit/Active TransportationAnother urban freeway will only promote more sprawl, driving and conjestion. This road should be a tree lined boulivard akin to the Champs-Elysees in Paris or Reforma in Mexico City. Th right of way is there, it's not too late to include high density, bike lanes, and more most importantly, a BRT or express bus option.Interactive mapProjects to implement more frequent bus service and eventually bus rapid transit in this corridor are included in the Regional Transportation Plan. Funding has not yet been identified.
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48I-15; Lehi Main to SR-92, Technology CorridorI-15; MP 279.83 - 284.21$450,011,021Widen Existing FacilityUnder ConstructionUTAH2019TransitIf 20 lane freeways solved traffic problems, LA and Atlanta would be traffic free cities, but in reality, we know it's the opposit. What this area needs is high freequecy fronrunner, a trax connection from Salt Lake County to Utah County, and probably more effective bus routes. Every lane we add simply promotes addition driving, sprawl, pollution... etc.Interactive mapThis comment has been referred to the Mountainland Association of Governments, which is the agency with primary responsibility for regional transportation planning in Utah County.
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49SLC Emigration Creek Trail; Connor St - Wasatch DrBonneville Golf Course between Connor Street and Wasatch Drive$479,700Transportation AlternativesScopingSALT LAKE2022Active TransportationExcellent plan!Interactive mapThank you for your comment.
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50I-215 and 6200 South Interchange StudyRegion Two Contingency Funds$73,227To help UDOT make good informed decisions a study is sometimes required. Teams involved with studies will include subject area experts, public meetings, periods of public comment and final reports and recommendations.ScopingSALT LAKE2017Active TransportationThis underpass has no sidewalks, no bike lanes and is a complete automobile monopoly. There is currently no way for predestrians or cyclists to access the business park, or the businesses on the south side of the freeway. All those who would enjoy walking or cycling to work are currently forced into their vehicles.Interactive mapWFRC staff will work with the project sponsor to ensure that this suggestion is considered in the study.
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51Little Cottonwood Canyon (EIS)SR-210; MP .00 - 10.75$5,500,000The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969 requires UDOT to perform an Environmental Assessment (EA) or Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). The process begins with UDOT developing a proposal; a determination of whether or not the proposed action is covered under NEPA is then made. There are three levels of analysis that an agency may undertake to comply with the law, Categorical Exclusion (CAD-EX), EA or EIS. These studies take into account several factors including, but limited to, air quality, threatened and endangered species, wetlands, historical and archaeological.ScopingSALT LAKE2020Roadway/Active TransportationWasatch Blvd does not need to be a freeway or have high speed limits. The traffic is horrible here due to canyon traffic. Personal vehicle access to the canyons needs to be reduced and shuttle and bus transit needs to be incentivized. No matter how wide this road becomes, or how many homes around it are torn down, there wil always be traffic as long as personal vehicle access is encouraged in the canyons. Lets reduce the size of the existing lanes, and us the extra right of way to increase the size of the bike lanes.Interactive mapWFRC staff will work with the project sponsor to ensure that this suggestion is considered in the study.
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52SR-36; Lane Widening (Environmental)SR-36; MP 64.65 - 65.75$200,000Rehabilitation or ReplacementScopingTOOELE2019RoadwayThere are too many slow moving Semi's pulling out into a 50mph zone with no where to get up to speed. If access can't be closed off, they need to have a merge area. A center divider needs to be installed to limit where & how many left turns can be made in the area.Interactive mapSafety and operational service upgrades are evaluated largely based on technical criteria. WFRC will continue to work with UDOT, UTA, and local governments to develop projects that meet established eligibility criteria and address needed improvements.
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53Midvalley Highwaymidvalley hwy$74,400,000UDOT is working with Tooele County to design and construct a new connection to Interstate 80 (I-80) in the middle of the Tooele Valley. This new corridor, known as the Midvalley Highway, will provide a direct connection from state Route 138 (SR-138) to I-80.ActiveTOOELE2020RoadwayThis exit is only a benefit to Grantsville. It's too far to the west of the traffic issues & bulk of the population to be worth $74 Million. I don't see anyone from Tooele, Erda, Stansbury or Lakepoint using this.Interactive mapConstruction of this section of Midvalley Highway is anticipated to reduce the amount of traffic on SR-36 between Mills Junction and I-80. Lower traffic volumes on SR-36 will help decrease congestion and improve safety. In addition, the improved travel time between I-80 and the Industrial Depot will increase economic development opportunities in Tooele Valley.
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54I-15; Pages Lane to LagoonI-15; MP 318.50 - 324.75 & I-15; MP 318.50 - 324.75$40,000,000High VolumeSTIPDAVIS2024Transit/Active TransportationThere's not currently a way for residents in the shepard creek neighborhood to access the farmington station frontrunner station as pedestrians. The highway has no shoulder and you have to walk 3 miles around the city in either direction to access either the rails-to-trails path or go through downtown farmington to clark lane. I wish we had a pedestrain path like paige's lane does over i-15 in centerville.Interactive mapOptions are being evaluated to better address pedestrian and bicyclist access along Park Lane.
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55Enviro - I-80 TO UT. CO. / Mtn View CorridorMountain View Corridor (MVC); I-80 to Utah County$20,250,000The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969 requires UDOT to perform an Environmental Assessment (EA) or Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). The process begins with UDOT developing a proposal; a determination of whether or not the proposed action is covered under NEPA is then made. There are three levels of analysis that an agency may undertake to comply with the law, Categorical Exclusion (CAD-EX), EA or EIS. These studies take into account several factors including, but limited to, air quality, threatened and endangered species, wetlands, historical and archaeological.ActiveSALT LAKE0RoadwayCompleting the project to SR201, where an interchange is needed, and then to I-80 will take a lot of pressure off of other roads on the West side of the Valley. Completion to I-80 will also relieve pressure on SR201. Please expedite!Interactive mapConstruction of the Mountain View Corridor to SR 201 is expected to be completed by 2021. Funding has not yet been identified for completion to I-80. However, widening of 5600 West, between SR 201 and I-80, construction of a bridge over the railroad on 5600 West, and a new interchange on I-80 at 5600 West are expected by 2020.
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56Porter Rockwell (Bridge)NA$50,000,000New CapacityScopingSALT LAKE2020RoadwayConsider short term before the bridge, an over or under pass for north bound vehicles on Redwood Road to make a left onto Porter Rockwell Blvd., allowing southbound vehicles on Redwood to move freely during evening peak times.Interactive mapWFRC staff will work with the project sponsor to ensure that this suggestion is considered in the project development process.
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57SR-201 Concept StudySR-201; MP .00 - 18.10$120,000Planning studies allow UDOT to incorporate new solutions that may include the latest design and construction techniques, safety improvements and concepts to improve mobility.ScopingVARIOUS2019RoadwaySR201 has three lanes each way only east of 5600 West. The congestion in to Magna at rush our is terrible. You need to add the third lane at least to 8400 West (U111).Interactive mapA project to address this need is included in the Regional Transportation Plan. Funding has not yet been identified.
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58SR-85; Mountain View Corridor, SR-73 to 2100 NorthMountain View Corridor; SR-73 to 2100 N Saratoga Springs MP 0.0 to MP 2.9$41,533,900This project will build two new lanes in each direction from SR-73 at Foothill Blvd to the intersection of Redwood Road and 2100 North in Lehi. The roadwill will be two frontage roads similar to 2100 North (SR-85)AdvertisedUTAH2018RoadwayRedwood Rd. and Foothill Blvd should NOT be an 'at grade' intersection.Interactive mapThis comment has been referred to the Mountainland Association of Governments, which is the agency with primary responsibility for regional transportation planning in Utah County.
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59Saratoga Springs Foothill Blvd StudyCnty:FA-2883; MP 7.54 - 7.54 & Cnty:FA-2883; MP 7.54 - 9.17 & MVC Extension$143,230Study current and future traffic in the area to determine what is needed and when.ScopingROUTE ERROR2016RoadwayMove Foothill Blvd. a couple hundred feet further west of the benches neighborhood within Saratoga SpringsInteractive mapThis comment has been referred to the Mountainland Association of Governments, which is the agency with primary responsibility for regional transportation planning in Utah County.
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60Little Cottonwood Canyon (EIS)SR-210; MP .00 - 10.75$5,500,000The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969 requires UDOT to perform an Environmental Assessment (EA) or Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). The process begins with UDOT developing a proposal; a determination of whether or not the proposed action is covered under NEPA is then made. There are three levels of analysis that an agency may undertake to comply with the law, Categorical Exclusion (CAD-EX), EA or EIS. These studies take into account several factors including, but limited to, air quality, threatened and endangered species, wetlands, historical and archaeological.ScopingSALT LAKE2020Roadway/TransitDo not build a parking structure at the mouth of Little Cottonwood Canyon. Parking for canyon access must be moved away from the resorts and canyon. For example a parking structure at the corner of 2000 e and 9400 S, makes good sense since most roads leading to that location are 4 lane. From the parking structure, shuttles and 4 person carpools could access the canyons. Please fix the congestion in the neighborhoods near the canyon.Interactive mapWFRC staff will work with the project sponsor to ensure that this suggestion is considered in the study.
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61SR-210; Bengal Blvd. to SR-209SR-210; MP .72 - 3.84$7,900,000Choke PointScopingSALT LAKE2019RoadwayThis should be a 4 lane road to 9800 S. Just to service the new homes in the area and commuters. Ski traffic needs to be off this road and 9400 above 2000 E. This can be done with parking structures at 9400 S and 2000 E and at the Gravel Pit. Keep ski traffic out of all neighborhoods near the canyons so people are not stuck in their homes by ski traffic clogging the roads!Interactive mapWFRC staff will work with the project sponsor to ensure that this suggestion is considered in the Little Cottonwood Canyon Environmental Impact Study.
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62Little Cottonwood Canyon (EIS)SR-210; MP .00 - 10.75$5,500,000The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969 requires UDOT to perform an Environmental Assessment (EA) or Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). The process begins with UDOT developing a proposal; a determination of whether or not the proposed action is covered under NEPA is then made. There are three levels of analysis that an agency may undertake to comply with the law, Categorical Exclusion (CAD-EX), EA or EIS. These studies take into account several factors including, but limited to, air quality, threatened and endangered species, wetlands, historical and archaeological.ScopingSALT LAKE2020Roadway/TransitAbsent detail in this interactive map, it is hard to know what is envisioned during this scoping of LCC. I see references in comments to the parking structure at the base of the canyon; agreed, not there. Instead, 3rd lane for bus, expres lanes and express buses to the 2 resorts, not 1 for all, leading to unreasonable delay should one be at the "end" of the line. Express to/from different parking lots. Create more park 'n ride lots, too few now. And, make them secure with adequate lighting/patrols.Interactive mapWFRC staff will work with the project sponsor to ensure that this suggestion is considered in the study.
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63R1 TAP; Layton - Oak Hills Dr TrailSR-109; MP 1.52 - 2.22$456,565This project is to build a shared use trail parallel to SR-109 from MP 1.519 to MP 2.26.ScopingDAVIS2018Transit/Active TransportationWith rumors of development near this area find ways to integrate all modes of transportation in the area. Be able to ride a bike from West Layton all the way to this area. Easy pedestrian and bike access to bus routes, possibly finding a way for busses to come up closer and turn around without having to go all the way on Oak Hills.Interactive mapWFRC understands the need for safe and effective transportation for cyclists in the region and will continue to work with UDOT, UTA, local governments, and other stakeholders to facilitate solutions to address the needs. However, funding has not yet been identified for many specific needs.
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64SR-53; 24th Street Viaduct Rehab, Ogden, C-655SR-53; MP .87 - 1.66$9,550,000Replacement and Rehabilitation - StructureSTIPWEBER2020Transit/Active TransportationReview options to add more movement options to and from Intermodal Center. Route 604 has to do multiple turns to get from the viaduct to Intermodal Center. There are also other pedistrian and bike improvements needed.Interactive mapWFRC staff will work with the project sponsor to ensure that this suggestion is considered in the project development process.
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65I-84 MP 83-88 Remove Potential Tree HazardsI-84; MP 83.00 - 88.00$25,000ScopingVARIOUS2018RoadwayTrees along this road add a natural setting not found on many interstate sections in Utah. Preserve as much as possible.Interactive mapWFRC staff will work with the project sponsor to ensure that this suggestion is considered in the project development process.
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66SR-60; SR-26 to SR-168SR-60; MP .00 - .78$1,006,790Rehabilitation High VolumeAwardedWEBER2018RoadwayReview options with innovative intersections on this road, River Park Drive, and Riverdale Road. Reducing left turn stop light wait could help Riverdale Rd. straight movements.Interactive mapConstruction has been completed, but close out will not occur until project audit is complete. The Utah Department of Transportation will continue to monitor the intersection of Riverdale Road and SR-60.
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67I-15; SR-97 (5600 South) Environmental StudyI-15; MP 338.00 - 338.80 & I-15; MP 338.00 - 338.80 & SR-97; MP 3.00 - 5.35 & Addendum to add the section of SR-97 that is included within the study limits$3,000,000TIF - Transportation Investment FundScopingWEBER2018RoadwayAlso look at 5600 and Freeway Park Drive improvements. Possibly modify concepts used at 1000 E and UT 193 in Clearfield.Interactive mapPart of the Environmental Impact Study for the 5600 South corridor will be to look at operations and improvements of the interchange at I-15 and 5600 South.
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68450/400 E.; 2600 N. to Elberta, Widening, N. Ogden450/400 Est; 2600 North to Elberta Drive$10,581,418Widen Existing FacilitySTIPWEBER2022RoadwaySimplify crossing from 2650 N to Elberta Dr. Are there preparations that could preserve future left turn improvements at 2600 N?Interactive mapWFRC staff will work with the project sponsor to ensure that this suggestion is considered in the project development process.
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69SR-235, North Ogden City Main Street Phase ISR-235; MP 2.84 - 3.07$71,600UDOT is responsible for lighting operations and maintenance on interstate highways and specific routes throughout the state. Properly lighted roadways can provide an increased level of safety for pedestrians, cyclists and motorists alike.Under ConstructionWEBER2017RoadwayProvide night sky protected fixtures.Interactive mapConstruction has been completed, but close out will not occur until project audit is complete.
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701100 N (NSL) RR Xing ImprovementsCnty:FA-1386; MP .80 - 1.14$250,000Railway-Highway Grade Crossing
Construction of new and updating existing railroad crossings. Guard arms, vehicle and train detection, improved signing and striping regulating and promoting safety at all locations in the state where public roads cross railroad tracks.
ScopingDAVIS2017Roadway/TransitThe Cities of North Salt Lake and Woods Cross have begun a feasibility study to identify options for a bridge on 1100 North over the rail corridors. This project is extremely important to both cities since there are no grade separated crossings over the rail corridors in either city. In North Salt Lake, the public experiences long delays waiting for trains to clear the tracks at Center Street and 1100 North. These potential delays cause significant inconvenience to the public, contribute to vehicle idling and air pollution, and create delays for emergency medical and fire responses traveling east and west in the area. Further, there have been at least two serious accidents where trains have struck vehicles at this location. 1100 North is a major thoroughfare for both significant residential populations and commercial traffic and should have a grade separated crossing of the rail corridors as soon as possible. Both cities request that this project be advanced forward on the TIP.Interactive mapThis Transportation Improvement Program project is to upgrade the exisiting signal to improve safety at the crossing. A future project to grade separate 1100 North is included in the Regional Transportation Plan. Funding has not yet been identified for grade separation.
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71SR-68 Buffered Bike LanesSR-68; MP 30.26 - 35.86$88,000Converted TAPScopingUTAH2019Active TransportationThere are lots of bike riders who would benefit from this project. I use the Jordan River trail more to stay away from the cars on Redwood, but if the buffered bike lanes are built I would use it more often.Interactive mapThis comment has been referred to the Mountainland Association of Governments, which is the agency with primary responsibility for regional transportation planning in Utah County.
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72North Lakeshore Major Highways Corridors StudySR-145; MP .94 - 6.42$50,000Study the area from the north shore of Utah Lake to Lehi Main Street from American Fork to Eagle Mountain. Model major corridors and develop preferred scenarios based on modeling, environmental issues, buildability, etc.ScopingUTAH2018RoadwayI really wish Pioneer Crossing had been setup with 3 lanes all the way from American Fork to Saratoga Springs. Now the only way to do that is to take newly built homes along the way. There aren't many other options to connect I-15 to Eagle Mountain with a true highway.Interactive mapThis comment has been referred to the Mountainland Association of Governments, which is the agency with primary responsibility for regional transportation planning in Utah County.
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73Vineyard Connector AF Alignment StudyCnty:FA-2935; MP .00 - .83$150,000This project will re-evaluate the American Fork section of Vineyard Connector EIS. Determine and environmentally clear an alignment from 570 W American Fork to Pioneer Crossing.ScopingUTAH2018Roadway/TransitVineyard Connector needs to come in to Pioneer Crossing at Harts (1020 W). Most users of Vineyard Connector will be headed for I15 or the shopping areas around The Meadows. In fact, a bridge over I15 from 1020W to Pacific Dr would peel a lot of traffic off of AF Main St east of I15. Tying the Vineyard Connector to 1020 W would also shorten the bus routes for busses connecting to the AF Frontrunner station.Interactive mapThis comment has been referred to the Mountainland Association of Governments, which is the agency with primary responsibility for regional transportation planning in Utah County.
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74State St. Transit Study - American Fork to ProvoUS-89; MP 335.38 - 349.92$50,000Project will study the state street corridor from American Fork to Provo to determine the impacts and benefits of adding transit. The study will look at various types of transitScopingUTAH2018TransitI hope all options are considered including BRT and LRT. For LRT, the existing rail corridor can be used from northern Lehi to Pleasant Grove and then switch to a State St alignment through Lindon and Orem to Provo. I hope the study continues past the hospital in Provo and ties whatever option is used into the FrontRunner station in Provo. The more connections each transit line has, the better.Interactive mapThis comment has been referred to the Mountainland Association of Governments, which is the agency with primary responsibility for regional transportation planning in Utah County.
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75University Ave. Viaduct Feasibility StudyUS-189; MP 1.20 - 1.45$251,310This project will study the most appropriate future for the structure carrying Univeristy Avenue over the UPRR and 600S in Provo. The study will focus on type of rehabilitation needed and types of repalcement structures.ScopingUTAH2018TransitWhatever option is selected should maintain the existing rail infrastructure without creating new impediments for future FrontRunner expansion south.Interactive mapThis comment has been referred to the Mountainland Association of Governments, which is the agency with primary responsibility for regional transportation planning in Utah County.
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76Saratoga Springs Foothill Blvd StudyCnty:FA-2883; MP 7.54 - 7.54 & Cnty:FA-2883; MP 7.54 - 9.17 & MVC Extension$143,230Study current and future traffic in the area to determine what is needed and when.ScopingROUTE ERROR2016RoadwayAgree with the other comment, it should wrap west of Sunrise Park neighborhood. Also, how can traffic from Redwood Rd use Foothill as an alternate if needed.Interactive mapThis comment has been referred to the Mountainland Association of Governments, which is the agency with primary responsibility for regional transportation planning in Utah County.
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77SR-68; Village Pkwy. to Grandview in Saratoga SpgsSR-68; MP 26.93 - 29.30 & SR-145; MP .63 - 1.58 & SR-68; MP 31.48 - 31.92$26,235,399This project will modify the existing Pioneer Crossing and Redwood Road (SR-68) signal to make a Continuous Flow intersection. The project will also widen SR-68 to five lanes from Lake View Terrace to VIllage Parkway. A new signal will be added at Ring Road and Stillwater Dr. Construction will be in 2018.AwardedUTAH2018RoadwayWill this make getting out of Smiths even harder now? It's already a pain so we don't shop there as often.Interactive mapThis comment has been referred to the Mountainland Association of Governments, which is the agency with primary responsibility for regional transportation planning in Utah County.
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78SR-85; Mountain View Corridor, SR-73 to 2100 NorthMountain View Corridor; SR-73 to 2100 N Saratoga Springs MP 0.0 to MP 2.9$41,533,900This project will build two new lanes in each direction from SR-73 at Foothill Blvd to the intersection of Redwood Road and 2100 North in Lehi. The roadwill will be two frontage roads similar to 2100 North (SR-85)AdvertisedUTAH2018RoadwayThis should help with some of the traffic on Redwood road, but the route north into Salt Lake County is desperately needed.Interactive mapThis comment has been referred to the Mountainland Association of Governments, which is the agency with primary responsibility for regional transportation planning in Utah County.
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79Porter Rockwell (Bridge)NA$50,000,000New CapacityScopingSALT LAKE2020RoadwayAgree with the other comment, the traffic trying to turn left off of Redwood Rd to Porter Rockwell is a mess in the evenings. That should be fixed before a bridge is built.Interactive mapWFRC staff will work with the project sponsor to ensure that this suggestion is considered in the project development process.
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80I-15 Interchange ModelingI-15; MP 243.57 - 285.13$20,000Add $20K to modeling effort run by MAG to understand I-15 interchange needs now and in the future.ScopingUTAH2018RoadwayIn Lehi, make 2100 N and Alpine Highway full freeway interchanges on I-15 to speed traffic through those spots. A side exits can be included for local traffic, but the focus should be on moving the majority of the traffic through the interchange as quickly as possible.Interactive mapThis comment has been referred to the Mountainland Association of Governments, which is the agency with primary responsibility for regional transportation planning in Utah County.
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81Murdock Canal Trail Gap in AF/HighlandMurdock Canal trail in AF/Highland$200,000Connect two existing segments of the Murdock Canal trail in the AF & Highland area. This project is in conjunction with PIN 14088.ScopingUTAH2017Active TransportationThis will be a nice enhancement to the Murdock Canal trail.Interactive mapThis comment has been referred to the Mountainland Association of Governments, which is the agency with primary responsibility for regional transportation planning in Utah County.
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821100 N (NSL) RR Xing ImprovementsCnty:FA-1386; MP .80 - 1.14$250,000Railway-Highway Grade Crossing
Construction of new and updating existing railroad crossings. Guard arms, vehicle and train detection, improved signing and striping regulating and promoting safety at all locations in the state where public roads cross railroad tracks.
ScopingDAVIS2017Roadway/Tansit/Active TransportationA bridge here with a protected bicycle lane would make the most sense for this crossing. With the recent onslaught of train accidents, including at this particular crossing, safer crossing infrastructure is a must. Please do not move forward without considering the safety and convenience for ALL road users.Interactive mapWFRC staff will work with the project sponsor to ensure that this suggestion is considered in the project development process.
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83200 W. & 125 S., Ped. Crossing Signal, FarmingtonSR-227; MP .30 - .32$137,732This project is to install a pedestrian activated signal at 200 W & 125 S in Farmington to provide better mobility and access to the community for bicycle and pedestrians.ScopingDAVIS2018Active TransportationI would like to let my children ride their bicycles to and from school, but our roads just aren't safe enough for that kind of lifestyle. Please consider building a small network of protected bicycle lanes and bicycle activated signals on these roads near the schools.Interactive mapWFRC understands the need for safe and effective transportation for cyclists in the region and will continue to work with UDOT, UTA, local governments, and other stakeholders to facilitate solutions to address the needs. However, funding has not yet been identified for many specific needs.
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844 Interchanges on Bangerter HighwaySR-154; MP 10.76 - 12.01 & SR-154; MP 7.71 - 8.86 & SR-154; MP 13.32 - 14.38 & SR-154; MP 15.29 - 16.60$214,171,462Replacing 4 existing intersections (5400 S, 7000 S, 9000 S and 11400 S) to New (Freeway type) InterchangesUnder ConstructionSALT LAKE2019Roadway/Transit/Active TransportationWhy are you building more freeways instead of building better transit infrastructure? When will these transportation planners move into the 21st century, for crying out loud?! More infrastructure for motorists=more traffic, pollution, accidents, and deaths. Wise up already and build some damn bicycle networks and BRT lanes.Interactive map-
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854 Interchanges on Bangerter HighwaySR-154; MP 10.76 - 12.01 & SR-154; MP 7.71 - 8.86 & SR-154; MP 13.32 - 14.38 & SR-154; MP 15.29 - 16.60$214,171,462Replacing 4 existing intersections (5400 S, 7000 S, 9000 S and 11400 S) to New (Freeway type) InterchangesUnder ConstructionSALT LAKE2019-GrossInteractive map-
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864100 S/3200 W Signal UpgradeIntersection of 4100 S and 3200 W$837,711Highway Safety Improvement
The upgrade of existing traffic signals may include new signals due to wear and tear, roadway widening, additional or new detection systems and updated standards.
Substantially ComplSALT LAKE2017Active TransportationPlease make our streets safer by installing a network of separated bike paths.Interactive mapWFRC understands the need for safe and effective transportation for cyclists in the region and will continue to work with UDOT, UTA, local governments, and other stakeholders to facilitate solutions to address the needs. However, funding has not yet been identified for many specific needs.
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874100 South over I-215 Bridge Rehab, C-629Cnty:FA-2172; MP 7.16 - 7.49$1,000,000ScopingSALT LAKE2019Active TransportationThe bike lane here is unprotected. Please fix this.Interactive mapWFRC understands the need for safe and effective transportation for cyclists in the region and will continue to work with UDOT, UTA, local governments, and other stakeholders to facilitate solutions to address the needs. However, funding has not yet been identified for many specific needs.
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88Beck Street Protected Bicycle Facility DesignBeck Street bicycle lanes in SLC between Chicago St and the existing shared use path on the frontage road$55,400UDOT is committed to providing the highest degree of accessibility and safety for pedestrian and bicyclists. Through the construction of sidewalks and ADA ramps, trails, bike paths and striping of shoulders where appropriate for bike lanes.ScopingSALT LAKE2018Active TransportationAs a regular commuter, I have to say, I'm pretty disappointed with the scope of this project. When I invite others to commute with me all of them say they would never risk their lives cycling on Beck Street. Nobody complains about the small stretch of low-traffic and relatively low-speed road that connects the existing bike path to Beck. When can we get safe bicycle infrastructure through this corridor?Interactive mapWFRC understands the need for safe and effective transportation for cyclists in the region and will continue to work with UDOT, UTA, local governments, and other stakeholders to facilitate solutions to address the needs. However, funding has not yet been identified for many specific needs.
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89California Ave Crossing Surface RepairCnty:FA-2290; MP 3.60 - 3.87 & Two rail crossings on California between Pioneer and I-215$200,000Railway-Highway Grade CrossingActiveSALT LAKE2018Active TransportationA protected bicycle lane would be great here.Interactive mapWFRC staff will work with the project sponsor to ensure that this suggestion is considered in the project development process.
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90Orchard Dr. Sidewalk; 83 So to 183 So. South SideCnty:FA-1380; MP .08 - .43$301,400UDOT is committed to providing the highest degree of accessibility and safety for pedestrian and bicyclists. Through the construction of sidewalks and ADA ramps, trails, bike paths and striping of shoulders where appropriate for bike lanes.STIPDAVIS2023Active TransportationWhen can we expect to have protected bicycle lanes on this road?Interactive mapWFRC understands the need for safe and effective transportation for cyclists in the region and will continue to work with UDOT, UTA, local governments, and other stakeholders to facilitate solutions to address the needs. However, funding has not yet been identified for many specific needs.
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91Pages Lane; 800 W. to SR-67, Bike Lane, W. Btfl.Pages Lane; 800 West to SR-67$450,000This project will improve the bike and pedestrian trail system thereby providing better mobility and access to the community.ScopingDAVIS2018Active TransportationWill this be a protected bike lane?Interactive mapThis project will construct a dedicated bicycle lane consistent with nearby bicycle facilities.
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92R1 TAP; Orchard Drive Sidewalk-n. segment, N. SLCCnty:FA-1380; MP .34 - .52$257,000This project is to add a sidewalk along the East side of Orchard Dr from Center Street to approximately 83 South Orchard Dr.ScopingDAVIS2019Active TransportationIt would be nice if my kids also had the option to safely bike to school on this road. Would love to see some protected bike lanes.Interactive mapWFRC and its transportation planning partners understand the need for safe and effective transportation for cyclists. This specific need can be evaluated on future projects and as funding becomes available.
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93R1 TAP;West Bountiful - Pages Ln Pedestrian AccessCnty:FA-1426; MP .00 - .50$175,000This project is the second phase of a bike/pedestrian access project to link the East side of Bountiful and Centerville with the Legacy Trail Corridor along 1600 N from 800 W to 1100 W.ScopingDAVIS2018Active TransportationPlease put in protected bike lanes on this road.Interactive mapThis project will construct a dedicated bicycle lane consistent with nearby bicycle facilities.
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94SL County Westside Bicycle Connectivity StudySR-68; MP 36.10 - 62.93$65,000Planning studies allow UDOT to incorporate new solutions that may include the latest design and construction techniques, safety improvements and concepts to improve mobility.Close OutVARIOUS2017Active TransportationHaving a fully connected East and West side with a complete bicycle network would vastly improve our air quality and quality of life in the valley. Please make this happen.Interactive mapWFRC understands the need for safe and effective transportation for cyclists in the region and will continue to work with UDOT, UTA, local governments, and other stakeholders to facilitate solutions to address the needs. However, funding has not yet been identified for many specific needs.
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95SR-68; Safe Sidewalk Center to 120 North StreetSR-68; MP 64.37 - 64.52$30,000Contingency FundingScopingDAVIS2019Active TransportationWill the "no pedestrian" sign be removed with the sidewalk installation? Please install protected bike infrastructure as well.Interactive mapWFRC staff will work with the project sponsor to ensure that this suggestion is considered in the project development process.
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96Traffic Signal RebuildsUS-91; MP 27.54 - 27.54 & US-89; MP 410.02 - 410.02 & US-89; MP 411.28 - 411.28 & SR-126; MP 8.60 - 8.60 & SR-71; MP 22.32 - 22.32 & SR-71; MP 12.69 - 12.69 & US-89; MP 339.09 - 339.09 & SR-48; MP 4.25 - 4.25 & SR-92; MP 5.83 - 5.83 & SR-129; MP .47$3,000,000Other - Traffic Management & ITS ProjectsProposedVARIOUS2019Active TransportationPlease rebuild traffic signals to include bicyclesInteractive mapBased on state and local plans for active transportation, and other engineering parameters, bicycle detection has been and will continue to be incorporated at traffic signals.
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97West Davis HighwaySR-67; West Davis Corridor Construction, Davis Co.$609,500,000New CapacityScopingDAVIS2020TransitWill this have a dedicated Bus Rapid Transit lane?Interactive mapThe approved alternative in the Environmental Impact Study does not include a dedicated bus rapid transit lane.
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98Update Bike Cars on FrontRunnerUpdate Bike Cars on FrontRunner, This request is for new bike racks on 10 of UTA¿s 16 FrontRunner bike cars.$194,800UDOT is committed to providing the highest degree of accessibility and safety for pedestrian and bicyclists. Through the construction of sidewalks and ADA ramps, trails, bike paths and striping of shoulders where appropriate for bike lanes.STIPSALT LAKE2023Transit/Active TransportationPlease allow space for all bicycle types: tricycles, fat tire bicycles, and recumbent bicycles. It would be fantastic if the buses could also hold more than 2 bicycles and more than just road or mountain bikes.Interactive mapWFRC staff will work with the project sponsor to ensure that this suggestion is considered in the project development process.
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99US-89; MP 388.4 - 389.1 Safety ImprovementUS-89; MP 388.40 - 389.10$700,000Highway Safety Improvement
This project will make operational and safety improvements to the intersection. This may include widening, adding additional lanes or turn lanes or updating signals and signal timing.
ScopingDAVIS2019Active TransportationWe need protected bicycle lanes and traffic signals that include bicycles. Almost no one can ditch their polluting vehicles and ride their bicycle around town because it is way too dangerous.Interactive mapWFRC understands the need for safe and effective transportation for cyclists in the region and will continue to work with UDOT, UTA, local governments, and other stakeholders to facilitate solutions to address the needs. However, funding has not yet been identified for many specific needs.
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