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UDOT I-15 Draft EIS: Utah DOTUDOT I-15: Farmington to Salt Lake City Environmental Impact Statement onptedoSrs610agipc190 71Amf1hamuM58:r teSe u 20t0e5110mbmhm17 · Utah DOT released the I-15 Draft EIS, which presents the preferred alternative for improvements to I-15 from Farmington to Salt Lake City, including new interchanges, pedestrian crossings, bike lanes, and widened sections. This preferred alternative aims to improve safety, replace aging infrastructure, provide better mobility for all travel modes, strengthen the state and local economy, and better connect communities along I-15 from Farmington to Salt Lake City. Today also marks the start of the 45-day comment period for the Draft EIS. The comment period runs September 29 - November 13. UDOT is looking for feedback from those who use the corridor to share how they feel this preferred alternative will improve transportation, quality of life, and how each option might benefit users. Comments provided to the study team will be reviewed and considered as part of the decision-making process. In order to be recorded by the study team, please submit your comments using one of the official channels: Interactive Map on the study website: i15eis.udot.utah.gov Email: [email protected] Letter: 392 E Winchester St., Ste. 300 Salt Lake City, UT 84107 Learn more about the preferred alternative, specific impacts, cost, design and more at any of three public open houses: Monday, October 16, 2023, 5:00 - 7:00 pm: Online Open House via Zoom Tuesday, October 17, 2023, 5:00 - 7:00 pm: In-person open house and public hearing at Utah State Fairpark, Bonneville Building Wednesday, October 18, 2023 5:00 - 7:00 pm: In-person open house and public hearing at the South Davis Recreation Center More details on these open houses and what to expect can be found on the #I15EIS website. Please share this post with your fellow community members to help spread the word! : i15eis.udot.utah.gov/
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Invocation/Thought – Rod Wood; Pledge of Allegiance – Mark Preece