Thursday, March 15, 2007
New Alternative. New Impacts. New Input.
Come and give input on 2100 North as a potential Mountain View Corridor alternative and see how it may affect you.The Utah Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration are conducting an Environmental Impact Statement on the Mountain View Corridor, a proposed highway and transit corridor in western Salt Lake County and northwest Utah County. As part of the EIS process and in response to concerns that have been raised, UDOT is reviewing the alternatives in Utah County. 2100 North is now under consideration as an additional freeway alternative. The public is invited to attend an open house to review and to discuss all alternatives with project team members.
Thursday,March 15 from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Sego Lily Elementary School550 East 900 North, Lehi
Can't attend the meeting?
Get more information on the web at udot.utah.gov/mountainview.
Give your input online or call 1-800-596-2556
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, individuals requiring special accommodations during themeeting, should notify Karen Ritchie (Ritchie@pbworld.com: 801-288-3257) five working days prior to the meeting.For more information about public transportation services, call 1-888-RIDE-UTA or visit www.rideuta.com.
Labels: 2100 North Option, Eminent Domain, Lehi Utah, Mountain View Corridor, Point Meadows, Utah Transit, Utah Transportation Plan, West Side Freeway