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Alternatives Development & Screening: Spring 2023 - Spring 2024

UDOT published the Alternatives Development and Screening Results Report on Feb. 26, 2024. The report identifies criteria and measures for evaluating each multi-modal alternative (potential transportation improvement), details the screening process (how options move forward or are eliminated), and identifies which alternatives are being carried forward for detailed evaluation in the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS).

Scoping: Winter 2022 - Spring 2023

From Dec. 27, 2022 to Jan. 27, 2023, UDOT held a public scoping comment period, providing an opportunity for the community to give input on the proposed alternatives, purpose and need of the project, potential alternative screening criteria, identification of issues the project team should be aware of, and potential new alternatives. UDOT received over 170 comments during the comment period. These are available to view as part of the Scoping Summary Report, along with an FAQ that addresses commonly asked questions.

Kimball Junction & SR-224 Area Plan

UDOT, in partnership with Summit County, completed the Kimball Junction Area Plan in 2021 to develop a range of improvements to reduce congestion and improve multimodal travel and connectivity through the Kimball Junction Area, including the two at-grade intersections on SR-224.   The Kimball Junction Area Plan was conducted using UDOT’s Solutions Development planning process which engages stakeholders and the public to develop solutions that match an area’s unique context and transportation needs.

The Area Plan process evaluated the universe of solutions and narrowed the options down to three alternatives, as shown in the Executive Summary under the Area Plan Documents, that were recommended for the next phase of the environmental impact study.

UDOT is building upon the previous work of the Kimball Junction Area Plan during the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) process.

Area Plan Documents

The materials shown below are from the previously completed Area Plan and do not reflect the latest information on the transportation solutions currently being proposed by UDOT for the area. For the most accurate and up to date materials, please visit this page.