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Public Hearing Notice
Adopt the Unified Transportation Master Plan
As An Amendment to the Grand County General Plan
Project Title: A RESOLUTION OF THE GRAND COUNTY COMMISSION ADOPTING THE
“UNIFIED TRANSPORTATION MASTER PLAN” AS AN AMENDMENT TO THE GRAND COUNTY GENERAL PLAN
Project Description: Grand County and the City of Moab jointly prepared the Unified Transportation Master Plan (UTMP), An Action Plan to Improve Safety For All, with the assistance of consultants, Kimley-Horn Associates. The UTMP identifies actions, strategies, and projects to achieve the community’s goals for a safe, reliable, connected, and efficient transportation system to improve mobility and connectivity for people, using all modes of transportation.
The Grand County and City of Moab UTMP identifies improvements to roads, streets, trails, and connections that are under jurisdiction and responsibility of Grand County and City of Moab. Recommended projects will be considered for implementation in Grand County and Moab over near-, mid-, and long-term planning horizons. Prioritized projects include street connections, roadway improvements, and new pathways.
The UTMP establishes a goal to reduce traffic-related serious injury crashes and fatalities to zero per year, by the year 2025. The goal is consistent with that of the Utah Department of Transportation which set Utah’s ultimate goal of Zero Fatalities
The UTMP will be adopted as an amendment to the 2022 Grand County General Plan, Transportation chapter.
Public Hearing Information
County Planning Commission
Date: Monday August 8, 2022
Time: 4:30 PM or later
Location: In Person Location: County Commission Chambers
125 E Center St. Moab, UT 84532
Or -Via Zoom with Meeting ID: 849 3075 3400
Agenda Packet: www.grandcountyutah.net/AgendaCenter
For more information contact the
Grand County Planning & Zoning Department
125 E. Center St.
Moab, Utah 84532
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