Park City is Gathering Input on Elements of the Transportation Plan

Post Date:02/15/2011

Park City, Utah -- Park City Municipal Corporation (PCMC) has been working on a plan to address mobility in the City to 2040 and is getting ready to pull together a draft plan. City leaders will have elements of the draft plan available for public review and comment at a public open house scheduled for Monday, February 28th from 4:30pm to 6:30pm in the Eccles Theater at Park City High School, 1750 Kearns Boulevard, Park City.

Topics that will be included and will be available for review and comment include:

· Transportation Goals and Objectives

· Street Cross-section Standards

· Functional Classification of Roads

· “Gateway Corridors” such as Guardsman’s Pass and a Deer Valley connection

· “Neighborhood Connections” such as the North 40 road, a Solamere connection, among others

· Transit, both within Park City and to areas outside the City

· Non-motorized Trails

Attendees will have the opportunity to talk with PCMC staff and transportation consultants about all of these topics. No formal presentations will be made and people are invited to come and go at their convenience.

The transportation plan builds upon elements expressed by the public in the Vision Park City planning process in 2009 and an earlier public meeting on the transportation held in October 2010. Public comment will be used to finalize the plan for City approval in approximately April 2011.

For more information or contact Andrea Olson (1-801-307-3400) or Matt Cassel (435-615-5075).
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