UDOT wants public input for its Active Transportation Planning

SUMMIT COUNTY, Utah — The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) is seeking public input on human-powered transportation facilities across the state. These include crosswalks, muti-use trails, on-street bikes, and school routes.

With the project, UDOT is looking to promote physical activity and public transportation. With those objectives, the goal can then be to reduce traffic congestion and air pollution.

UDOT wants to hear community needs for walking and biking- specifically where facilities are needed or what barriers there are for growth.

“Community input is essential in making sure we build projects the right way,” UDOT Active Transportation Manager Heidi Goedhart said. “At UDOT, our emphasis is to build a complete transportation system where people can choose how they travel.”

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