Feedback needed for future of Valley View Highway

For several years the Utah Department of Transportation has been talking about potential changes to State Road 30, often referred to as the Valley View Highway. Now UDOT, in conjunction with the Cache Metropolitan Planning Organization and Logan City, is studying ways to improve the east-west regional connectivity of SR 30 and U.S. Highway 89, particularly from 400 North to 1400 West. An important public meeting to discuss the future of SR 30 will be held Thursday, March 11 from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Bridgerland Applied Technology College. Sydnee Jacques, consultant with Jacques & Associates and Public Involvement Officer, says an environmental study is now in process. “Our goal during this process is to asses the needs and see if there is a need for a future transportation project,” Jakes said on KVNU’s Crosstalk show Friday. “At that point we will identify potential alternatives that could meet the need. At this point in time we have 10 alternatives, including a no-build alternative.” Jakes says a presentation will be made at the top of each hour at the public meeting: at 4 p.m., 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. She says UDOT is seriously looking for ideas from the public for State Road 30 which is the only primary east-west arterial in the entire Cache Valley. More information is available by clicking here:

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