Long-Range Transportation Planning
The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) is now finalizing the Long-Range Rural Transportation Plan
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The final comment period for the Long-Range Rural Transportation Plan is now closed. Thank you to all who provided input on the plan’s goals and objectives as well as your ideas to address transportation needs throughout rural Utah. The planning team is reviewing comments and using the feedback received to update the final version of the Long-Range Transportation Plan. The final version of this plan will be available Fall 2023. You may check this website regularly for any updates.
UDOT has heard from the public regarding various transportation needs throughout the state related to general traffic, truck and RV traffic, transit, and walking and biking.
Community members have also identified important quality of life recommendations for the planning process and asked UDOT to consider the following:
- Better Mobility: infrastructure and capacity improvements for all users, additional transit options, access management agreements on state routes to support sustainable growth, etc.
- Good Health: roadway safety improvements for all users, additional transit, walking and biking opportunities, air quality, etc.
- Strong Economy: access to services, additional freight capacity and options, strategic growth and balanced tourism, etc.
- Connected Communities: social connections, context and character of communities, housing and employment growth, etc.
Please view the proposed projects on the map below, which are intended to address transportation needs along state routes in rural Utah between 2023 and 2050. To review the detailed proposed plan, click here.