Author Archives: Five County Association of Governments
The DRAFT Dixie MPO Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) was available for public comment from June 29 through August 3, 2019. Comments received are now being reviewed with final adoption scheduled during the August 21 DTEC meeting.
The DRAFT 2019-2050 Regional Transportation Plan was available for public comment from June 29 through August 3, 2019. Comments received are now being reviewed and the Plan edited. Final approval will be considered at the August 21, 2019 DTEC meeting. … Continue reading
The St. George to Springdale Public Transit Feasibility Study is now available. The study was conducted by the KFH Group, Inc. under contract with the Five County Association of Governments and the Dixie MPO.
The 2015-2040 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) has been updated. The new 2019-2050 Regional Transportation Plan is available for public comment from June 29 through August 3, 2019.
Washington Parkway Study: Integration of East-West Transportation Needs with Conservation Objectives for Desert Tortoise in Washington County, Utah
Several transportation-related issues exist today on the Red Cliffs Desert Reserve. Furthermore, the capaicity of current roadway networks outside the reserve will not support future traffic demands. The Washington Parkway Study: Integration of East-West Transportation Needs with Conservation Objectives for … Continue reading
The Hurricane to Zion Canyon Transit Study evaluates the feasibility of providing transit service between Hurricane and Springdale, which would serve Zion National Park and communities along the corridor. The purpose of the Hurricane to Zion Canyon Transit Study is … Continue reading
This study evaluated the feasibility of establishing rapid transit service between the City of St. George, Hurricane City, and the new St. George Airport. The study was commissioned by the Dixie Metropolitan Planning Organization (Dixie MPO) to examine Bus Rapid … Continue reading
The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) is currently undertaking an environmental assessment on I-15 in the southern portion of Washington County. The purpose of the I-15 South Environmental Assessment (EA) project is to prepare a study to consider transportation improvements … Continue reading