The West Davis Corridor Draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is now available for review and public comment on the study website. The Draft EIS includes our locally preferred alternative. To help explain the process and the our recommendation the study team created the follow videos.
The Draft EIS will be available for public comment for the next 90 days, closing on August 23. Formal comments should be submitted to the study team on the website, by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to:
West Davis Corridor Team
466 North 900 West
Kaysville, UT 84037
Elizabeth Giraud has a very interesting job. She likes old things. Especially old buildings and bridges. She is UDOT’s only architectural historian. Elizabeth’s job is to look at every bridge and every building 45 years or older that may be impacted by our projects.
In the course of her day, Elizabeth often comes across some pretty cool stuff. Like the old hotel on 24th Street in Ogden that was in the Chevy Chase movie “Fletch.” Then there’s that old warehouse off the side of I-15 in American Fork. You might never even give it a second glance, but it likely determined the path of the freeway.
You can also learn more about the Pre-war Bridge Survey mentioned in the article in a previous blog post.
The Cottonwood Environmental Assessment completed in 2012 looked at ways to improve connectivity between 4500 South and Vine Street west of State Street. The John Cahoon House in the photo was built in 1900 and was part of the study area