CLINTON -- Although the decision is still a few years away, the state is considering a new interchange on Interstate 15 that would lead in to Hill Air Force Base.
The Utah Department of Transportation is conducting an environmental impact study on 1800 North in Clinton and Sunset.
LAYTON -- The next five years' worth of Top of Utah road projects are open for debate.
The Wasatch Front Regional Council has released the draft version of its Statewide Transportation Improvement Program and is seeking public input.
The WFRC is accepting public comments until Aug. 6 regarding the list, which contains road projects that will likely take place across the state between 2012 and 2017.
LAYTON -- The Davis County Commission will conduct its own independent study on the hotly debated West Davis Corridor project.The commission has hired Ecotone One environmental engineers to perform a study on the Utah Department of Transportation's three remaining alternatives for the road that will stretch 24 miles from Parrish Lane in Centerville to 12th Street in Marriott-Slaterville, said Davis County Commissioner John Petroff Jr.
LAYTON -- Top of Utah residents have less than a month to have their voices heard regarding the region's transportation future.
The Wasatch Front Regional Council is accepting comments until April 1 on its Regional Transportation Plan.
The RTP is the long-term blueprint for the Wasatch Front region's transportation system.
FARMINGTON -- More than two-thirds of the land Davis County has purchased for the West Davis Corridor is outside of the state's preferred alignment for the road, but the money spent on those properties will eventually come back home.
ROY -- Justin Moore is tired of smelling marijuana yards away from his backyard and worrying about other crimes being committed along the old railroad tracks near his home just off 5600 South and 2500 West in Roy.
Last updated Wednesday, September 8, 2010 - 10:07pm
OGDEN -- The city council and administration will send a letter this week to the Wasatch Front Regional Council expressing concern about a proposal to widen Harrison Boulevard as part of a long-range transportation plan.