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Adopted 2019-2050 RTP
Amendments

The Wasatch Front Regional Council (WFRC) coordinates closely with cities, counties, the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT), and Utah Transit Authority (UTA) to understand the needs of our transportation partners and communities. Regional transportation planning is a dynamic process in which amendments to the Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) ensure the plan appropriately reflects the evolving nature of the transportation system.

JurisdictionCountyProjectExtentsTypeModeAmendment
Farr WestWeber4000 North3900 West to SR-126OperationalRoad1
MillcreekSalt Lake900 East3900 South to 4500 SouthOperationalRoad1
FarmingtonDavisCommerce DriveShepard Lane to Park LaneNew ConstructionRoad1
LaytonDavisWest Davis Business CenterBetween 2700 West, Gentile Street, and the West Davis CorridorBusiness CenterLand Use1
Salt Lake CountySalt Lake7300 WestBacchus Highway to 12600 SouthNew ConstructionRoad1
UDOTSalt LakeBangerter Highway One-Way Frontage Road SystemCalifornia Avenue to 3500 SouthNew ConstructionRoad1
West JordanSalt Lake7000 South5600 West to SR-111New ConstructionRoad1
West JordanSalt Lake7400 South5600 West to SR-111New ConstructionRoad1
West JordanSalt Lake8600 South5600 West to SR-111New ConstructionRoad1
North Salt LakeDavisActive Transportation PlanCity-wideNew ConstructionActive Transportation2
Salt Lake CitySalt LakeActive Transportation PlanCity-wideNew ConstructionActive Transportation2
South JordanSalt LakeActive Transportation PlanCity-wideNew ConstructionActive Transportation2
MIDADavis3 Gate Rail TrailRoy Hill Air Force Base Gate to Clearfield Hill Air Force Base GateNew ConstructionActive Transportation3
Brigham CityBox ElderForest Street Overpass@ 900 West Railroad CrossingGrade-Separated CrossingRoad3
DraperSalt LakeActive Transportation PlanCity-wideNew ConstructionActive Transportation3
MurraySalt LakeMurray Fashion Place Mall CenterBetween I-15, Fashion Boulevard, 6100 South, and 6790 SouthUrban CenterLand Use3
SandySalt LakeActive Transportation PlanCity-wideNew ConstructionActive Transportation3
South WeberSalt LakeSouth Bench DriveI-84 to South Weber DriveNew ConstructionRoad3
South WeberSalt LakeSouth Bench DriveSouth Weber Drive to Fairfield RoadProject RemovalRoad3
West JordanSalt Lake7800 SouthSR-111 to 5600 WestWideningRoad3
West JordanSalt LakeActive Transportation PlanCity-wideNew ConstructionActive Transportation3
UDOTWeber5600 SouthI-15 to 3500 WestInterchange Improvements and WideningRoad3
UDOTDavisI-15Farmington to Davis/Salt Lake County LineWideningRoad3
UDOTDavisI-152600 South to Davis/Salt Lake County LineProject RemovalRoad3
UDOTSalt LakeI-15Davis/Salt Lake County Line to 600 NorthWideningRoad3
UDOTSalt LakeI-15 (Northbound)2100 South to Bangerter HighwayWideningRoad3
UDOTSalt LakeI-15 (Northbound Collectors and Distributors)I-215 to Bangerter HighwayNew ConstructionRoad3
UDOTSalt LakeBangerter Highway@ SR-201 Project RemovalRoad3
UDOTSalt LakeMountain View CorridorOld Bingham to 13400 SouthWideningRoad3
UDOTSalt LakeMountain View Corridor13400 South to Salt Lake/Utah County LineNew ConstructionRoad3
UDOTWeberUS-89@ I-84Interchange Improvements (System-to-System)Road3
UDOTWeberUS-89@ I-84Interchange Improvements (SPUI)Road3
UTAVariousFrontRunnerVarious Spot LocationsCommuter Rail UpgradeTransit3
UTASalt LakeS-Line StreetcarMcClelland Street to Highland DriveNew ConstructionTransit3
Region-wideVariousWasatch Choice Vision centers refinementWasatch Choice Vision centersWasatch Choice Vision centersLand Use4
Process

The following is the formal amendment process to the RTP, as adopted by the Council.

  1. A formal request (i.e., letter) submitted by a local community elected official or transportation agency planning or regional director is made from a city, county, UDOT, UTA, or the Utah State Legislature. Coordination prior to the formal request is recommended.
  2. WFRC Staff reviews and classifies the requests as one of the three levels, as shown in the graphic below.
  • Level 1, Staff Modification, can be amended by staff with no Council action, but does require WFRC Executive Director approval.
  • Level 2, Board Modification for Non-Regionally Significant Projects, requires Council action and review by city planners, elected officials, and WFRC committees. Requires a 30-day public comment period but no air quality conformity analysis.
  • Level 3, Full Amendment for Regionally Significant Projects, requires Council action and review by city planners, elected officials, and WFRC committees. Requires a 30-day public comment period and air quality conformity analysis.

For additional information regarding the RTP, please contact Jory Johner.

In-progress 2019-2050 RTP process graphic.

Header photo courtesy of the Utah Department of Transportation.

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