UDOT to Release Final Environmental Impact Statement for West Davis Corridor
Environmental study proposes a new highway in western Davis and Weber counties
UDOT is releasing the Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the West Davis Corridor in western Davis and Weber counties. This document includes UDOT’s proposed alternative: a new 19-mile highway that will meet the transportation need to 2040 while minimizing impacts on the community and the environment. The release of the Final EIS is the culmination of a seven-year study process, involving more than 90 community and environmental groups, organizations, and government agencies.
The West Davis Corridor project manager will be available for interviews to explain the study and UDOT’s preferred transportation alternative.
Thursday, July 6, at 2:15 p.m.
West Davis Corridor Project Office, 466 North 900 West, Kaysville
Randy Jefferies, UDOT West Davis Corridor project manager
- B-roll of the study area and locations near the proposed highway
- Map of the UDOT preferred alternative – a new 19-mile highway in Davis and Weber counties
- Hard copies of the West Davis Corridor Final EIS