Group Seeks Transportation Vision for Future

Group Seeks Transportation Vision for Future
Posted on 03/05/2018

On Jan. 31, the city welcomed the Wasatch Front Regional Council (WFRC) and community stakeholders to City Hall, to gather insight for a regional transportation plan that would effectively help shape transit needs of the future.

WFRC, in close collaboration with the Utah Department of Transportation and the Utah Transit Authority, is seeking feedback regarding the “Wasatch Choice 2050” (WC2050), a vision for the future of the region.

During the meeting, groups from several local communities gathered around maps to collaborate and discuss present transportation issues, with a goal of planning for future growth.

Cottonwood Heights Mayor Mike Peterson and city staff participated in the workshop.

WFRC needs citizen input to refine and finalize the online Draft Vision, and invites all to evaluate and provide feedback on the proposed projects, land use, and economic areas via an interactive map. Links to the survey and interactive map are available here.

Comments regarding the draft will be accepted during the public comment period, which continues through March 16. In an attempt to expand the conversation, please share this information with your friends, colleagues and neighbors.