UDOT, Payson City closer to iden­ti­fy­ing future of In­ter­state 15 in­ter­change

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The Utah Depart­ment of Trans­porta­tion, as well as in­put re­ceived from the pub­lic, in co­or­di­na­tion with the Fed­eral agen­cies and Payson City. Four al­ter­na­tives High­way Ad­min­is­tra­tion, has an­nounced are be­ing car­ried for­ward for con­sid­er­a­tion: that it has selected four al­ter­na­tives for C1 Braided Ramps, C3 Frontage more de­tailed study as part of the I-15 Road Ramps, C4 Split Di­a­mond, and I1 Payson Main Street In­ter­change En­vi­ron­men­tal Long Span Struc­ture. De­tails re­gard­ing Im­pact State­ment. each of these al­ter­na­tives can be found at

“These four al­ter­na­tives were selected www.udot.utah.gov/paysoneis. af­ter work­ing closely with city of­fi­cials The study team will now an­a­lyze the and community mem­bers,” said UDOT en­vi­ron­men­tal, so­cial and eco­nomic ef­fects Project Man­ager Justin Schel­len­berg. of these al­ter­na­tives. The find­ings of “The next step is to de­ter­mine which al­ter­na­tive this anal­y­sis will be pre­sented in the Draft will best meet the community’s EIS, which will be avail­able for pub­lic needs now and in the future. Our goal is re­view this fall. A pub­lic hear­ing will be to im­prove traf­fic flow and en­hance safety held at that time to gather pub­lic com­ment. in this area.” The pub­lic is wel­comed and en­cour­aged

In De­cem­ber of 2015, UDOT, FHWA to pro­vide in­put through­out the EIS process. and the study team orig­i­nally pro­posed To see de­tails re­gard­ing each al­ter­na­tive, a list of 17 po­ten­tial al­ter­na­tives. They pro­vide feed­back or stay up-to-date nar­rowed the list to a rea­son­able range of on the project, visit www.udot.utah.gov/ al­ter­na­tives based on the re­sults of pre­lim­i­nary paysoneis, send an email to paysoneis@ en­vi­ron­men­tal screen­ing process utah.gov or call 801-859-3770.

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