St. George, Utah – it’s early Wednesday morning April 22, 2015, and the State of Utah has recently released their long-range transportation plan for UDOT’s facilities around the Beehive State.
In slightly more rural areas, Utah’s Department of Transportation formulates the States Long Range Transportation Plan (LRP). In Utah’s metropolitan areas (50,000 residents are more) the local MPO (Metropolitan Planning Organizations) arrange the Regional Transportation Plans (RTPs).
Utah Department of Transportation: 2015 Long-Range Regional Transportation Plan
Ready, waiting, and available for your input, the Draft LRP is now up for public comment through 4.30.15. Any concerns, remarks, or questions can be directed at the following State email address: email@example.com. Those individuals seeking more information on UDOT’s proposed projects can view them on this interactive map.
Utah’s long-range transportation plan and regional transportation plans are a wish list of State improvement projects, necessitated by federal regulations, and revised every four years as a means of meeting the state’s fast-growing transportation needs.
Once the Utah Department of Transportation’s road projects are approved for funding by the State Transportation Commission, the projects are then placed into the STIP (Statewide Transportation Improvement Program), entering the design and construction phase.
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