A study of a proposed realignment of State Road 30 in Cache County, on hold since November, has been reinstated according to the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT). The SR-30 Realignment Study will define the need for a long term regional east/west transportation solution. Working with residential, commercial and governmental stakeholders, UDOT will use the state administered study to serve as the decision making process for determining and documenting appropriate transportation alternatives within the project area through the year 2035. “A hold on UDOT projects in November 2008 gave us an opportunity to review the work performed on the SR-30 Study previously,” said Charles Mace, UDOT project manager. “UDOT has determined to continue this Study with a renewed effort and additional analysis. “In order for this process to be successful, we need the input and participation of the public,” Mace said. “Our team is committed to listening to, and understanding local attitudes and concerns about SR-30.” “Stakeholders should plan to hear from our study team very soon.” Mace said that Sydne Jacques and Associates will facilitate public involvement in the study, while environmental support will come from Michael Baker Corporation, and engineering expertise from Jacobs Engineering Group. “We have assembled a top-flight team to ensure that this study will reveal alternatives that can have a positive impact on east/west mobility in Logan, one of Utah’s fastest growing regional centers,” Mace said. For more information about this study, email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to the internet at http://udot.utah.gov, click on the “projects and studies” tab, then select “Current Studies,” and “SR-30 – Logan.”
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