UDOT to host Bicycle Corridor Public Open House in Park City


The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) will
host a series of public open houses throughout the state to discuss
existing and potential bicycle corridors. The Park City open house will
be held on Wednesday, September 17, 2008, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the
Sheldon D. Richins Building, 6505 North Landmark Drive in Park City.    
   
In response to increasing demand for bicycle corridors in Utah, UDOT is
preparing a statewide Bicycle Corridor Priority Plan. Key elements of
the plan include: an assessment of current bicycle accommodations; a
methodology for improving bicycle corridors; and public input and
recommendations. 
A brief welcome and introduction to the Bicycle Corridor Priority Plan
project will begin at 5 p.m. Following the introduction and welcome,
attendees may visit three display stations until 7 p.m. The display
stations will provide attendees with project background information and
opportunities for commenting on existing and potential bicycle corridors
as well as prioritization factors UDOT will use to evaluate bicycle
corridors. 
Project representatives will be available throughout the open house to
answer questions and listen to public comments and ideas.