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Text: The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT), in cooperation with Park City Municipal, is initiating an Environmental Assessment (EA) to evaluate the long-term transportation needs on State Route (SR)-248. The project is bounded by SR-224 on the west and U.S. Route-40 on the east, and is approximately three miles long. The existing road varies from three lanes to five lanes. Potential improvements could include roadway capacity improvements, multi-modal improvements, and/or transportation demand management to address the existing and future transportation needs. This project will follow the U.S. National Environmental Policy Act phases and is currently in the preliminary engineering/environmental analysis phase. More information at the project website. You can also read the scoping report for the environmental assessment. 

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Text: Park City, Summit County, Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT), and Utah Transit Authority (UTA) are conducting an Alternatives Analysis (AA) according to Federal Transit Administration (FTA) process, which will develop and evaluate feasible and appropriate mass transit modes and associated alignments from the I-80/SR-224 interchange south to the SR-224/SR-248 junction.  As part of this effort a high level transit analysis will also be completed from the mouth of Parley’s Canyon to Kimball Junction.

More information on this project can be found at the following website


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