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Grand County and the City of Moab are developing a Unified Transportation Master Plan (UTMP). The plan will identify actionable steps and projects to achieve the local community’s goals for a safe, reliable, connected, and efficient multimodal transportation system.
The UTMP will focus on improving mobility and connectivity for people, not just cars. Potential strategies include pedestrian and bicycle wayfinding, protected bike lanes, sidewalk and pathway connectivity and improvements, local street connections, managed parking, access management, traffic signal improvements, and technology to provide real-time traffic condition information to residents and visitors.
The UTMP will result in a localized vision and goals, complete streets concepts and street design guidance, small area plan, and a list of prioritized strategies and projects that upon implementation, will improve mobility for residents and visitors in the City of Moab and Grand County. Planning-level cost estimates will be developed for budgeting purposes. Recommendations will be prioritized considering stakeholder, community, and technical advisory committee (TAC) input.
The project is jointly managed by Grand County and City of Moab. The study is being prepared by Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.
The County and City are seeking input from area residents in order to create a transportation plan that will meet community needs and improve local quality of life. To that end, community members are asked to share their thoughts in an online survey.
Take the survey online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/UTMP