The Wasatch Front Regional Council (WFRC) has developed and adopted the long-range Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) and the short-range Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for roadway, transit, and other projects. The RTP is updated every four years and the TIP is updated annually. WFRC produces numerous maps to illustrate these plans which can be viewed in the interactive map gallery.
As part of the RTP and TIP updates, and along with other studies, WFRC develops or uses large amounts of data, including estimated future traffic volumes, estimated future transit ridership, and possible land use patterns. Much of that data is available to the public via the GIS and data library.
Visit our member organizations page to view the list of and links to cities and counties that comprise WFRC, as well as a variety of federal, state, and local agencies that participate with WFRC in its mission.
The table below shows GIS layers and data tables that are available from data.wfrc.org as of July 6, 2020. Clicking on the Dataset Name below will open the corresponding Open Data webpage that provides a basic preview, metadata, and the ability to download the dataset in several file formats including shapefile, ESRI file geodatabase, KML, and CSV. Links to data web services can also be found on each Open Data page.