Logan City has more projects planned for 200 East

The “ramp” on 200 East at the Logan segment of East Corridor.

There has been a lot of concern in recent months about the traffic problems at Logan’s 200 East and Center Street. At <span class=”aBn”><span class=”aQJ”>Tuesday’s</span></span> meeting of the Logan City council Mayor Craig Petersen said some progress has been made.

He said a study was done which showed a traffic signal was warranted there and the process has been started. The mayor said it would probably be close to four months before the project is completed.

He also talked about a decision made <span class=”aBn”><span class=”aQJ”>Monday</span></span> by the Cache Metropolitan Planning Organization.

“There was a long discussion about a project that everyone has agreed on should happen, that’s the extension of 200 East from 2200 to 3100 North,” Petersen said. “The CMPO approved funding for that. It’s going to be a very expensive project that is going to cost north of $9 million.”

He said much of the money will go for the purchase of right-of-ways.

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