Alternative concepts were developed using information from previous studies, public comments and traffic analysis conducted by the EIS project team. UDOT presented 13 alternative concepts for public and agency review and comment. UDOT will use a multi-level screening process to determine which alternatives are reasonable and will be carried forward for detailed analysis.
HVC EIS Alternative Concepts Presentation
Heber Valley Corridor EIS Alternative Concept Fact Sheets
HVC EIS Project Overview & Summary: Alternative Concepts Fact Sheet
HVC EIS List of Alternative Concepts Fact Sheet
HVC EIS Alternative Development and Screening Process Fact Sheet
HVC EIS Project Purpose and Need Fact Sheet
Heber Valley EIS Alternative Concept Scroll Plots
Scroll plots are large scale maps showing the location of the concepts and resources such as wetlands, parks and potential historic properties.
Heber Valley EIS Alternative Concept Boards
Boards detail information on the alternative concepts, including roadway typical sections.
Alternative Concepts Information
UDOT has identified 13 alternative concepts that are under consideration in the EIS. Alternative concepts were developed using information from previous studies, public comments and traffic analysis conducted by the EIS project team. These alternative concepts will be evaluated in a multi-level screening process to determine which alternatives will be carried forward for detailed environmental analysis.
UDOT held a public comment period to receive input on the range of alternatives, the criteria used to screen or eliminate alternatives, and identification of any social, economic, and environmental impacts.
The project team will review all questions and comments submitted throughout the public comment period and determine if any changes are necessary before screening the alternatives. A frequently asked questions guide will be developed to address common themes, which will be posted on the project website.