Alternatives Phase - Winter 2022-2023

The Alternatives Phase is an essential part of the NEPA process. With the public’s input from the Scoping and Purpose and Need Phases and based on technical analysis and engineering, the study team identified potential improvements – known as alternatives – within the corridor. The alternatives were made available for public comment November 10, 2022 – January 13, 2023. Learn about the alternatives below.

Virtual Public Meeting Recording

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Presentation Overview (5:05)

EIS Process & Alts Phase Overview (6:01)

  • Helpful Terms (11:11)


Alternatives Review (13:13)

  • Mainline I-15 (13:36)
  • Farmington (18:22)
  • Centerville (20:14)
  • Bountiful/West Bountiful (22:30)
  • North Salt Lake/Woods Cross (23:52)
  • Salt Lake City (25:26)

Public Comment Period & Next Steps (27:17)

Questions & Answers (31:35)

Website Overview (1:15:55)

Additional Questions & Answers (1:19:27)

Alternatives Phase Public Meetings​

November 14

Virtual Meeting 5:00-7:00 pm

November 15

Rose Park Elementary
1105 W 1000 N, Salt Lake City
5:00-7:00 pm

November 16

South Davis Recreation Center
550 N 200 W, Bountiful
5:00-7:00 pm

Available at the Open Houses:

Draft Alternatives Document for Review:

GIS Comment Maps

For review only; no longer accepting comments at this time.

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Scoping and Purpose and Need Phase - Spring 2022

The Scoping, Purpose and Need phases are important parts of the NEPA process where we analyze the needs in the corridor. Using technical analysis and engagement with the public we ultimately arrive at a formal statement of needs and purpose for the study. As part of this phase, a public comment period was held from April 11 – May 13, 2022. Learn more below.

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Study Overview

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Scoping Presentation Video

Scoping Presentation Slides (PDF)

GIS Comment Map

For review only, no longer accepting comments at this time.