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.
|Farr West||Weber||4000 North||3900 West to SR-126||Operational||Road||1|
|Millcreek||Salt Lake||900 East||3900 South to 4500 South||Operational||Road||1|
|Farmington||Davis||Commerce Drive||Shepard Lane to Park Lane||New Construction||Road||1|
|Layton||Davis||West Davis Business Center||Between 2700 West, Gentile Street, and the West Davis Corridor||Business Center||Land Use||1|
|Salt Lake County||Salt Lake||7300 West||Bacchus Highway to 12600 South||New Construction||Road||1|
|UDOT||Salt Lake||Bangerter Highway One-Way Frontage Road System||California Avenue to 3500 South||New Construction||Road||1|
|West Jordan||Salt Lake||7000 South||5600 West to SR-111||New Construction||Road||1|
|West Jordan||Salt Lake||7400 South||5600 West to SR-111||New Construction||Road||1|
|West Jordan||Salt Lake||8600 South||5600 West to SR-111||New Construction||Road||1|
|North Salt Lake||Davis||Active Transportation Plan||City-wide||New Construction||Active Transportation||2|
|Salt Lake City||Salt Lake||Active Transportation Plan||City-wide||New Construction||Active Transportation||2|
|South Jordan||Salt Lake||Active Transportation Plan||City-wide||New Construction||Active Transportation||2|
The following is the formal amendment process to the RTP, as adopted by the Council.
- 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.
- 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.